Rock-cress – Arabis caucasica
Plant : Rock-cress is an introduced species. It is often found in domestics gardens as a ground covering, bedding plant. Although it can also be found in rocky areas. It is a member of the Brassicaceae family.
Flower : The small white flowers are typical of the family, with four petals in a cross formation. It flowers between March and May.
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