|Draba nemorosa, a
biennial herb of 10-20cm in height, inhabits roadsides or grasslands
with abundant monotrichous- and stellate hairs on stems and leaves.
Radical leaves are 2-4cm in length, in the shape of a spatulate
long-oblong, and on-stem ones are 1-3cm long, narrowly
long-oblong-shaped, with coarse serrations on margins, and bases
embrace the stems. Flowers, yellow, measure approximately 4mm in
length. At the end of the flowering, inflorescences extend, and
peduncles also grow longer. Fruit is 5-8mm long, flattened oblong
with dense short hairs. Bloom time: March-June.