121985 PERENNIAL CENTAURY Centaurium scilloides (Gentianaceae) Height to 25cm. Perennial with creeping stems and upright flowering stalks. Found in short turf and restricted to coastal cliffs. FLOWERS are 15-20mm across, stalked and pink; borne in few-flowered clusters (Jul-Aug). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are rounded and stalked on the creeping stems but narrower and unstalked on upright stems. STATUS-Rare and restricted to cliffs in Pembrokeshire; it may have disappeared from N Cornwall.