The delicate, snow-white, five petalled flowers and long stalked, kidney shaped leaves are distinctive features of the meadow saxifrage and are not shared by any other wild flower in Norfolk.
This is a declining species nationally with its stronghold in eastern England. It was once a common species on hay meadows and old grasslands but as these habitats have vanished so has the meadow saxifrage.
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