Two foot high, Strong smelling, abundant, on sea cliff
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We see a lot of this plant along the roadsides in Norfolk. On a nature walk we were told it was introduced by the Romans and used like celery. It is generally, though not exclusively, found near coasts.
Now drifting inland as far as Norwich It was formally a pot herb.
Wild Flower Society member
Lat/Lng: 55.0, -1.5
OS grid ref: NZ3769