Berteroa incana (Hoary Alyssum) is a plant in the mustard family, Brassicaceae.






Berteroa incana (Hoary Alyssum) is a plant in the mustard family, Brassicaceae.
Berteroa incana grows from a deep taproot and is an annual, biennial or short-lived perennialherbaceous plant with alternate, simple gray-green leaves. The foliage is rough with star shaped hairs. Young plants have a basal rosette of leaves that give rise to upright stems with simple, alternate leaves. The leaves are longer than wide. The flowers are white, numerous and arranged into racemes, though they appear to be clustered at the ends of the stems. The flowers have four petals that are deeply notched.


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