Photos: Foynes, Co.Limerick
Many small greenish flowers with usually 2-4 stamens. Fruits shorter than their stalks, narrow-winged, shallow notch. Stem leaves not clasping. Lower leaves pinnate, upper simple, linear. Erect growth, often much-branched, to 45cm.
Found on bare waste ground, usually at ports and nearby roadsides. Rare casual, most records from Belfast. Probably introduced with grain or animal feeds.
Identification confirmed by Paul Green
Narrow-leaved Pepperwort. Foynes port, County Limerick. August 2008