Cardamine impatiens

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Cardamine impatiens
Cardamine impatiens

Narrow-leaved Bittercress
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Family: Brassicaceae

Cardamine impatiens is a mustard native to Europe, but also established as an invasive in other parts of the world.

Description[edit]

The plant is a biennial or winter annual, producing basal whorls of pinnately divided leaves during its vegetative stage, and then a stalk with alternate leaves as it bolts.

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Prefers good garden soils, tolerant of both full sun and farly dense shade.

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