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Hairy Bittercress

Observed: 26th April 2010 By: moongirl01moongirl01’s reputation in Plantsmoongirl01’s reputation in Plantsmoongirl01’s reputation in Plants
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Description:

Small, delicate flowers. Found in garden.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Hairy Bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta) interacts

Comments

Kluut's picture

Real sp., wild form? Unlikely

The petals of wild raddish should be much thinner, giving the appearance of a 4-bladed propeller.
the leaves should be like celery - large lobe at end, smaller leaflets down the stem.
This looks more like one of the many cruciferae/brassicaceae known as cress and bittercress.

Norwichnaturalist's picture

Hairy Bittercress

Much too small for a Radish

Colin Jacobs.
Wild Flower Society member
Norwich
Norfolk
vc27
http://www.thewildflowersociety.com/

moongirl01's picture

I've now edited the

I've now edited the identification, based on comments from other users (thanks) and I checked it up in a book I'd temporarily misplaced.