An annual or perennial herb found as a casual on open waste ground and colliery spoil heaps, persisting for a few years and possibly introduced with ore. It has also been introduced with grain. Lowland.
This species was cultivated in Britain in 1798 and was recorded from the wild by 1863 (Surrey). It is now a very rare casual.
Native of C. & N. Europe.
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