Calling all Wildflower experts Help required in identification please!!
The following pictures are of a plant which has decided to grow in a disused pot in the garden. I have been trying to identify it from my wildflower books, but not had a lot of luck. It could be Mustard plant of some kind but not sure! The stalks of the plant are extremely hairy, the flower has four petals which are curving backwards and the centre of the flower has like a green spike sticking out of the it. It has several buds on each stem and not very large flowers. Each petal is just over 1cm across it. Hope there is someone who can help with identifying it for me and am also hoping that the pictures help with identification. Thanks in anticipation of your help.
Also the planter which it has chosen has not been watered all summer so it obviously likes dry conditions. Thanks for looking.
- 17 Aug, 2011
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