Hare's-Ear Mustard

An annual overwintering plant of 20 to 70 cm in height with a bare stem of few branches, its flowers are yellowish to white. It grows in fields, fallow land, waysides, field borders, and railway embankments. It belongs to the group of what is known as ‘rare weeds’, which depend on habitats that are created by human activity, but are otherwise little fertilized or unfertilized.


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