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A European creeping herb (Cymbalaria muralis) in the figwort family, with palmately lobed leaves and solitary, pale purple flowers.
[After Kenilworth Castle, Kenilworth, England.]
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7 ivy-leaved toadflax & flowers if any (grows on walls) ?
Wash the hairy bittercress, sorrel and ivy-leaved toadflax. Place on kitchen paper.
clinging to stone walls in the village of Plockton was a surprise so far north, but narrow green shoots of bog asphodel were the only evidence of one of my favourite montane plants, which will flower in damper areas in June.