Perennial, tufted herb to 100 mm high, Woody rootstock with with spreading branches.
Spread to 200 mm.
Leaves are generally basal on long stalks to 80 mm. Dark green leaves to 20mm long. Leaf is divided 2 or 3 times into pointed lobes. (Similar to English parsley).
Clusters of tiny flowers on long stalks.1-3 flowers per branch. Colour: Greenish-white.
September to January
Round casing with 9 ribs.
Naturally occurring plants in moist open woodland, open heath or swampy areas.
Common, not threatened
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