This is a short little perennial which is found on sandy sea-shores and cliffs. Its little flowers are, like others of this family, without petals or sepals, having yellowish-green bracts and long horned glands. The leathery, oval leaves are hairless with a prominent midrib below. It flowers from April to September in coastal areas, is a native plant and belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae.
Roy Watson of the Wexford Naturalists Field Club kindly introduced me to this plant at Ballyteigue, Co Wexford in 2008 and I photographed it there at that time.
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