C. flammula is a scrambling or weakly climbing perennial. It is occasionally found naturalised on coastal cliffs, shingle beaches and dunes, and rarely inland. Lowland.
This species was known in cultivation in Britain by 1596. It is grown in gardens for its numerous small, fragrant flowers. It has been recorded from Sandwich Bay (E. Kent) since 1927.
Native of the Mediterranean region.
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