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SIBBALDIA Sibbaldia procumbens (Rosaceae) Prostrate<br />
Creeping, tufted perennial of bare ground, short grassland and rocky places in mountains. FLOWERS are 5mm across with yellow petals that are sometimes absent (Jul-Aug). FRUITS are dry and papery. LEAVES are bluish green, trifoliate, the leaflets ovate with 3 terminal teeth. STATUS-Local in Scottish Highlands, rare in N England.
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SIBBALDIA Sibbaldia procumbens (Rosaceae) Prostrate
Creeping, tufted perennial of bare ground, short grassland and rocky places in mountains. FLOWERS are 5mm across with yellow petals that are sometimes absent (Jul-Aug). FRUITS are dry and papery. LEAVES are bluish green, trifoliate, the leaflets ovate with 3 terminal teeth. STATUS-Local in Scottish Highlands, rare in N England.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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