Fruiting bodies. Photo: Don Wood, Scotia Sanctuary, NSW

Fruiting plant. Photo: Don Wood, Scotia Sanctuary, NSW

Common Name

Bundled Peppercress, Fascicled Peppercress




Annual forb to 60cm tall.  Leaves basal and alternating up the stems.  Basal leaves to 8cm long, hairy, divided, the segments linear and shaped like teeth, rarely persisting.  Stem leaves 2-6cm long, with basal lobes, reducing to linear, hairless, with warty edges.  Flowers small, green, with 0 or 4 petals, in dense groups at the tops of the stems.  Poorly known Vic.

Description and photo in G.M. Cunningham, WE Mulham, PL Milthorpe and J H Leigh (1981 and later printings) Plants of Western New South Wales page 326

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