Flora of Northern Ireland
Sagina apetala
(Map updated: March 2008)
 

An annual species, more erect than Sagina procumbens. It has tiny flowers with no petals, or occasionally with 4 minute green petals. The leaves end in a bristle-like point.

It is frequent on walls and on bare dry ground.

All names: Sagina apetala Ard.; Sagina apetala sens. lat. Ard.