Draba platycarpa

Common Name: Whitlow-grass/Broad-pod Draba

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flowers--members of the Brassicaceae typically have four petals arranged in a crosslike fashion.  Also, species in this family usually have six stamens. fruit (silicle)--in Draba platycarpa, the fruit is flattened and football-shaped
leaf and stems--notice the stiff hairiness that covers everything!  This is typical of our species of Draba. leaves again, from below--leaves in D. platycarpa typically have a few teeth.  What leaf shape is present here?