This small alpine herb is naturalised only on rock-ledges at the head of Caenlochan Glen, Angus, at an altitude of c. 900 m. It is a very rare casual elsewhere.
A. pyrenaica was introduced into cultivation in Britain in 1818. The Caenlochan population was planted at its current site in 1895, and it was recorded as a casual at Doncaster Airport (S.W. Yorks.) in 1986.
Native of Spain and the Pyrenees.
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