Common Name : Lesser swine-cress Family : Brassicaceae Habit: An annual herb. Stem: Repent, decumbent, or ascending, multiple from the base, radiating from a central point; glabrous, terete, green. Leaves: Alternate, petiolate, pinnate, 4-5 cm long, 2 cm broad, glabrous. Divisions of the leaves opposite, lobed or devided again, acute, linear-elliptic to linear oblong. Flowers: Inflorescence a small raceme, up to 4 cm long, opposite to one of the stem leaves, compact. Flowers minute, greenish. Fruits: Glabrous, 3-4 mm broad, 2 mm long, slightly compressed, sub-globose, 2-seeded.