Whorled caraway Carum verticillatum
A frothy blossom.
Whorled caraway derives its name from the way its leaves form a circlet - or 'whorl' - around the base of its stem.
It is a relative of the spice caraway (Carum carvi) but has no culinary or medicinal use.
Best time to see
When it flowers July-August.
County flower of Carmarthenshire/Sir Gaerfyddin.
This is a signature plant of the diminishing damp, 'rhos' (rough) pastures of Carmarthenshire.