Drooping Bittercress

A 20 – 30 cm tall perennial, its flowers are arranged in racemes of 3 – 4 heads, with sepals that are broadly elongated, and ovate petals that are a pale yellow. It grows in forest, particularly montane herb-rich beech forests and fir-beech forests. It thrives on fresh, organic, humid soils rich in nutrients, and prefers shaded to half-shaded habitats.

 

Drooping Bittercress

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