Hypericum linariifolium is a plant in the Hypericaceae family.
Hypericum linariifolium Vahl, is an erect, spreading, glabrous, perennial species, up to 65 cm, with distinctive narrowly oblong to linear leaves. Yellow flowers, up to 2 cm in diameter, with petals 2 or 4 times longer than the sepals. Black glands present on leaves, sepals and petals. Capsule approximately twice as long as the sepals. It blooms in late spring and early summer.A short-lived perennial, or sometimes biennial, herb of steep rocky slopes and eroded banks with a southerly aspect, on well-drained acidic soils and without shading or competition. It reproduces by seed, which is copiously produced. Lowland.It is found in all the countries of Europe with an Atlantic coast, but is rare and grows nowhere else in the world. It can be found in nine places in Britain, two in north Wales and five in Devon and Cornwall. The vast majority of its population is in the Teign Valley in Dartmoor, where conservation work has given it a much more secure future.
This plant is useful.
How to get rid of:
Put on gloves and gently pull out the plant with the root system