I hardly dare ask any more, since I have so many misidentified plants around :-) - but here goes. The plant that I've grown for many years, always assuming that it was Arabis androsacea (since that's how the seed it grew from was labeled), looks nothing like the real thing. While it's not a stunner, I like it for its early-spring blooms and its non-intrusive habit: just single rosettes with a single flower stalk. Can you help me put a name to it?
Soon, I hope. I'll post back
Soon, I hope. I'll post back when I have a photo.
The seed pods will be helpful
The seed pods will be helpful. If you want some ideas to check out in the meantime, I'd suggest posting a link to this thread over at the SRGC forum, or I could just do so.
I've cast around through various likely (I thought) Brassicacea families and haven't come across it.
They have now gone through
Rob, I linked your query to
Rob, I linked your query to the SRGC forum, where there are a great number of very experienced and knowledgeable people who will probably recognize it! I'm sure the seed pod photo will be very helpful.
thanks Lori. Some good
thanks Lori. Some good suggestions coming in there. I've now registered and responded at that forum.
Any pics of the seed pods?