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Drummond’s Rockcress

Tiny and delicate white wildflower, with symmetrical four petals, sitting on top of a tall thin stalk. They are most often seen in white, but can also be pink or have pinkish hues on the stalks. There may be a few flowers at the top of the stalk, although they may bloom separately and are not a cluster. They tend to bloom earlier in the season and are in the Mustard family.

Wildflower Details

Scientific Name:Arabis drummondii (Boechera stricta)
Growing Season:Spring
Other Names:

Drummond's Rockcress