Adoxa moschatellina. Town-hall clock.

Life-form & Growth Form:  

Non-bulbous geophyte. Herbaceous perennial with little/no vegetative spread. 

Flowering period: 

April & May.

Habitats: 

A plant of shaded riparian banks, deciduous woodlands, hedge banks and occasionally also shaded base-rich montane sites.

Threats:

The main threat is the very small size of the current population, which makes it vulnerable to local extinction through habitat disturbance events (competition from other species, trampling). A change to habitat management practices could threaten the population.

Distribution map:
Adoxa moschatellina
Adoxa moschatellina

For an interactive map follow this link to the BSBI webpage