Flora of Northern Ireland
Draba muralis
© Paul Hackney
Draba muralis
© Paul Hackney
Draba muralis
(Map updated: March 2008)
 

This species is probably not native to Northern Ireland and occurs only in man-made habitats, especially stone walls. One famous and long-established site is the round tower in the churchyard at Armoy in Co. Antrim, where it grows on the masonry of the tower, the graves in the churchyard and on gravelly roadsides nearby.

All names: Draba muralis L.