Cymbalaria muralis

Ivy-leaved toadflax                                                                                    Κυμβαλάρια

Veronicaceae - speedwell family                                                                        Dicot.


The delicate plants of ivy-leaved toad flax is most commonly found growing from the gaps in old stone walls. The plants have long tailing, purple-red stems. The plant has ivy-like bright green leaves and pretty, tubular, pale purple flowers with yellow throat and darker purple guide lines, which lead insects to the pollen.

12-20cm                                               JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

A flower spur is a narrow, hollow spike at the back of the flower which produces sweet nectar to attract pollinating insects to the flower.
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