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She would walk the stream bottoms in central Tennessee looking for Spring Creek bladderpod, walk high clifflines to monitor populations of Cumberland sandwort (Arenaria cumberlandensis), or stand in the river passing slab rocks down the line to improve habitat for the boulder darter (Etheostoma wapiti).
The altogether fetching, ground-hugging alpine forget-me-nots are at their peak in mid-July (followed closely by such charmers as alpine sandwort, mouse ear, and rockjasmine).
Spreading Sandwort (Arenaria lanuginosa) is a lax perennial of open woods and bluffs primarily found on the Coastal Plain from southeastern Virginia to Texas.
Spring sandwort is the most common, and was known as leadwort because of its habit of growing along lead veins.
robusta hartwegii, owl's-clover Castilleja densiflora, tarplant Deinandra corymbosa, common goldfields Lasthenia gracilis, peppercress Lepidium nitidum, California sandwort Minuartia californica and Gray's clover Trifolium grayi.
Ten volunteers visited one of the trust's nature reserves to help reintroduce a rare plant called Spring Sandwort.
Through fields of thrift we reached a white patch of vernal sandwort, creamy spikes of lesser butterfly orchid and pink bells of bog-pimpernel.
Flintshire - Welsh groundsel, spring sandwort, pale St John's wort, western gorse;
Bear Valley sandwort (Arenaria ursina), a perennial herb in the pink family (Caryophyllaceae), as threatened,