Common name: Scorzoneroides autumnalis. Autumn hawkbit. Crág Phortáin.
This population originates from Co Down. Irish Grid reference: J570378.
Rhizomatous/stolonic perennial. Green leaved basal rosette, leaves have the toothed appearance that gave it its old genus name.
The late flowers are good for pollinators considering hibernation and the seeds are popular with birds.
Common throughout the country. There are variants in different habitats, mountains and salt marshes.
Sow late autumn or early spring into trays, germinates readily, plant out when large enough to handle or into pots to let them get bigger first.
Avg contents: 100 seeds.