British Wildlife 34.5 April 2023

Natural reflections

“This display of Common Whitlow-grass Erophila verna is so dense in places that it resembles a strip of unmelted snow, recalling Richard Mabey’s suggestion of ‘wayfrost’ as a modern moniker for another roadside cress, Danish Scurvy-grass. Young Erophila plants appear in autumn, often massing together to form a turf of slim, spoon-shaped leaves.”

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