The Navelwort is so-called because of the rounded leaves resembling a human navel, complete with belly button! It is also known as Wall Pennywort.

The flowers are bell-shaped, greenish-white, on long-stalked spikes. They usually grow on walls, amongst rocks and in hedge-banks, most commonly in coastal areas of Wales and the West Country.



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