Scientific Name - Sibara virginica (L.) Rollins
Family - Cruciferae

Winter annual from a rosette of deeply dissected leaves. Leaves slightly hairy near base of plant. Leaf segments narrow, the terminal segment somewhat broader. Flowers, white, with four small petals. Fruit stalked, long, very narrow, many seeded, flat. Reproduces by seed. Distinguished from hairy bittercress by larger fruit and narrow leaf segments. Reproduces by seed. Found from West Virginia, south into northern Florida, west to Texas and California and inland through Missouri into Kansas and Illinois. Also found in Mexico.