What is yellow whitlow-grass
Yellow whitlow-grass（scientific name: Draba aizoides) is an annual alpine herb of the Brassicaceae family which is native to Pyrenees, the Alps, and Apenin. It grows wild on sunny rocks. The leaves are fleshy and scaly, with white needle-like hair growing on the edges of the leaves. The leaves are bunched up and rosette-like, and in the meantime, in spring, small flowers with yellow petals come to bloom.
Common name: Yellow whitlow-gras, Scientific name: Draba aizoides, aka: Drava-Izoides, Place of Origin: Pyrenees, Alps, Apenin, Environment: Sunlight rocky place, Living form: Perennial, Tree height: 10-15 cm, Leaf form: Axillary, Stem leaf foliage: Alteration, Inflorescence form: Syndromes, Petal color: yellow, flower diameter: 2 cm, inflorescence form: heretic inflorescence, corolla: cruciform, flowering stage: March to May, fruit type: cornice, fruit type: flat long oval, use: rock garden, Potted plants.