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According to Stace this plant isn't a rarity but I have real difficulty in finding it. The nature of the procumbent growth with small, indistinct flowers means that I for one can't see it when standing up and still have to have it pointed out when crouching. It is commonest near the coast these days although once you easily could find inland too.

Radiola linoides is found along many coastal stretches in the British Isles and apart from one or two special places like Orkney and around Inverness, is commonest in the west of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

LHS: Near Beaucette marina, Guernsey 20th June 2004 RHS: Studland Dorset 4th September 2010

>Added 2nd December 2004, updated 8th August 2011

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