Main flower color:
All across the UK; absent only from parts of the Scottish Highlands
Up to 10 cm
Cliffs, dunes, old walls, rocky outcrops, dry grassland
Up to 15 mm in diameter; lemon-yellow, with five yellow petals, five carpels and ten stamens. Produced singly or in small groups at the top of the short stems, which often cluster together, forming spreading mats
Yellow-green, clustered, pressed against the stem, up to 5 mm long, with a peppery taste, hence 'biting stonecrop'
May to July