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Malcolmia africana

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Kingdom  Plantae
Genus  Malcolmia
Higher classification  Malcolmia
Order  Brassicales
Scientific name  Malcolmia africana
Rank  Species
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Similar  Malcolmia, Cabbage family, Malcolmia maritima, Chorispora tenella, Conringia

Malcolmia africana (African mustard) is an annual plant from the Mediterranean Basin which has naturalized elsewhere, including much of western North America, and is invasive in Nevada and Utah. It has recently been shown to be only distantly related to Malcolmia proper and has been reclassified in the genus Strigosella.

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It is an annual herb growing in a prostrate patch or clump with stiff, furry stems up to half a meter long. The mustardlike flowers are pink to lavender and yield siliques up to 6 centimeters long.

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Malcolmia africana Wikipedia


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