Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Cochlearia danica L. - Danish Scurvygrass
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Cochlearia danica
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Cochlearia danica
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Danish scurvy-grass is an early-flowering annual species, smaller than the other scurvy-grass species and with a tendency to have pale mauve flowers. The leaves are like small ivy leaves, and the whole plant is much smaller than other scurvy-grass species. It is frequent around the coast on rocks on the upper sea shore; also sometimes on walls and buildings near the sea..

All names: Cochlearia danica L.