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Spotting

Description:

Definitely from the Brassicaceae family Small white flowers Oval-shaped leaves Possibly Sweet alyssum?

Habitat:

Many places Vanevenhoven live in hot, dry climates

2 Species ID Suggestions

Sweet alyssum
Lobularia maritima


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8 Comments

Lily Hunter
Lily Hunter 5 years ago

Oh yeah, I see now. I've been seeing it everywhere. Just wish we could figure it out! :)

Choopy
Choopy 5 years ago

It's not Lobularia maritima, the leaves are completely diffrent

Lily Hunter
Lily Hunter 5 years ago

Wait... I think we were both wrong! Looking it up on Google Images, and it looks like this flower is more like the Lobularia maritima. Still from the Brassicaceae family, so it might be true.

Lily Hunter
Lily Hunter 5 years ago

Added some more pictures--hope is helps!

Lily Hunter
Lily Hunter 5 years ago

That might be it! I'll look again later, and compare it to Google pictures. Thanks for all the help!

Choopy
Choopy 5 years ago

I suggested an identification... Arabis glabra is a synonym to Turritis glabra, from the pictures you've put up (the fist one is not that clear) and localization that seems to be it!

Lily Hunter
Lily Hunter 5 years ago

Looked it up--seems like it might be Brassicaceae Turritis. What do you think?

Choopy
Choopy 5 years ago

I'm almost 100% sure it's from Brassicaceae family... can't do more than that

Lily Hunter
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Lily Hunter

City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on Apr 16, 2016
Submitted on Apr 16, 2016

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