Vallerianella discoidea

Corn salad                                                                                              Βαλέριανη

Valerianaceae - valerian family                                                                             Dicot.


An inconspicuous little plant, which is easily overlooked where it grows amongst the grasses, Valerianella discoides is one of a number of related plants with the English name of corn salad. Its young leaves can be eaten by humans and apparently are enjoyed by tortoises. The flowers tiny petals are palest pink, surrounded by green toothed calyx; they are arranged in globular heads

Valerianella from Latin meaning strong & powerful + ella a suffix meaning small

discoidea - describing the disc-like calices

3-4mm,1-1.5cm,  10-30cm,
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