Thyme-leaved Sandwort is a small, white flower, not
too dissimilar to Common Chickweed, although the petals are unnotched
and the leaves unstalked. The plant is quite downy and the 5 petals
are slightly shorter than the sepals.
Favours dry places, especially bare and disturbed ground. In flower
from mid-Spring to early autumn.
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