Cardamine impatiens: Narrowleaf bittercress
- Growth form: herbaceous annual/biennial that can grow up to 2 ft in height.
- Leaves: rosulate and pinnately divided, bearing leaflets with ournded lobes. Cauline leaves are pinnately divided with sharply toothed leaflets
- Flowers: small, up to .1 in. long
- Fruit: slender siliques ripen from May to September and are found on spread ascending to erect pedicles. 1-2 cm long
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