WILD RADISH

Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. raphanistrum

Cabbage Family [Brassicaceae]  

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status
statusZarchaeophyte
flower
flower8white
inner
inner8purple
morph
morph8actino
petals
petalsZ4
stem
stem8round

24th June 2006, Birmingham Canal Navigations. Photo: © RWD


30th Aug 2009, Irwell Vale, Philips Park, salford. Photo: © RWD
Plant sparsely populated by short hairs.


30th Aug 2009, Irwell Vale, Philips Park, salford. Photo: © RWD
Un-opened flower, with buds and yellow-tipped seed pod.


30th Aug 2009, Irwell Vale, Philips Park, salford. Photo: © RWD
The four white petals are widely spaced and interwoven by thin purple veins.


30th Aug 2009, Irwell Vale, Philips Park, salford. Photo: © RWD
The sepals for a long narrow tube.


30th Aug 2009, Irwell Vale, Philips Park, salford. Photo: © RWD
The seed pod is about as long as its stalk.


Wild Radish seems to be disappearing from Britain, it is in retreat.


  Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. raphanistrum  ⇐ Global Aspect ⇒ Brassicaceae  

Distribution
family8Cabbage family8Brassicaea

 BSBI maps
genus8Raphanus
Raphanus
(Radishes)

WILD RADISH

Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. raphanistrum

Cabbage Family [Brassicaceae]  

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