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hoary alyssum (Berteroa incana; MUSTARD FAMILY [Brassicaceae]) 1-2' tall annual or perennial with rounded clusters of tiny white flowers with deeply notched petals.  Stem and leaves covered with a grayish down.  Leaves lance shaped, -1" long.  Pod oblong.  Found in dry fields and waste places.  Flowers throughout summer and fall.  Native of Europe.  [070]

 

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