Plant growing out of rocky outcrop, tiny white petals - 5 on each flower head on coastal site, exposed on the north east coastline.
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Tiny plant - Saxifraga granulata from the saxifraga group of plants, also looks very similiar to Saxifraga hypnoides found growing on a rocky outcrop on exposed coastal site
What do the leaves look like? It is very late in the year for Meadow Saxifrage. Are you sure it is not Saxifraga tridactylites or linum catharticum
Lat/Lng: 54.99161, -1.3998
OS grid ref: NZ384665
Trow Point is a coastal location on the DMLNA with exposed rocky outcrops, thin soils levels that are low in nutrients.