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Dittander

Observed: 18th August 2010 By: geff.2007geff.2007’s reputation in Plantsgeff.2007’s reputation in Plantsgeff.2007’s reputation in Plantsgeff.2007’s reputation in Plantsgeff.2007’s reputation in Plants
Dittander
Dittander
Dittander
Description:

Clusters of white flowers with leathery toothed leaves covered in bloom growing close to the sea at Shotley Point, Suffolk

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Dittander (Lepidium latifolium) interacts

Comments

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Dittander

It looks like Dittander to me - the leaves are regularly toothed The flowers look right also not large , with projecting stamens A difficult call - Diattander from the NBN Maps is also close to the coast as is indeed the local habitat but favour Dittander over Horse Radish for these reasons

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Another not in any of my

Another not in any of my books but am convinced that it is Dittander - leaves too thick and small for Horseradish. Thanks for your help