Wall Pennywort

Latin Name:

Umbilicus rupestris

Manx Name:

Bee ferrish

Season:

June - September

Locations where this species is found:
Fleshwick, Ballaglass Glen, Colby Glen, Port Erin, Calf Sound, Silverdale Glen, Glen Maye, Glen Mooar, Glen Helen, Glen Auldyn, Groudle Glen, Glen Rushen, Maughold, Ballaugh Curraghs

Also known as "Navelwort", this plant grows in damp, shady places and can often be found on walls. Its large, fleshy leaves are edible.
The Manx name for this flower is "Bee ferrish", which means "fairy food".
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