Alyssum corsicum

Photo courtesy of Oregon Department of Agriculture

Common names: yellowtuft

Alyssum corsicum (yellowtuft) is a perrenial herb/subshrub (stem succulent) (family Brassicaceae) with tiny yellow flowers and silver-blue leaves found in the southern and northeastern ranges of Oregon. It is native to Southeastern Europe. It favors woodland habitats. It spreads via wind and human activities. Its seeds attach to nearby growing plants.

Cal-IPC Rating: Watch

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