Many diffent forms of Hawkweeds (Hieracium agg.) occur, and can be very difficult to accurately identify.
Flowering May - July. Perennial. Native.
Small clusters of lemon-yellow flowers. Bluish-green leaves basal rosette, leaves stalked. 1-2 stem leaves, more/less clasping. Branched stems with whitish hairs.
Fairly frequent on rocky limestone in W Ireland, Co.Waterford, and in mountains of Antrim and Derry. Commonest Irish microspecies.
Hieracium anglicum. Comeragh mountains, Co. Waterford. July 2009