A small, delicate perennial with filigree dark-green leaves and umbels of small white flowers, growing from a small, round tuber. Indicative of undisturbed ground. Country children used to dig up the small brown tubers to eat and are said to taste like a crisp young hazlenut. A member of the Carrot family.
Other names: Ground nut, Earth chestnut.
Height: 40 cm
Altitude limit: 600m South-west of Nenthead