First time i have seen this plant so far in-land!
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It is not uncommon on Cannock Chase in Staffs which is about as far inland as you can get!
good to know, until now i had assumed it was a purely coastal species!
Yep, all over the New Forest and sandy / gravelly places in the adjacent Avon Valley. It's also another motorway "spreader".
If we're going for really inland sites, there are also Haughmond Hill in Shropshire, where they're rather proud of it as a rarity; and Kinver Edge in Staffs. In fact there are quite a few records in that sandstone area between Wolverhampton and Bridgnorth / Kidderminster.
- Martin Rand
BSBI Recorder, South Hants
Lat/Lng: 50.82, -1.527
OS grid ref: SU334023