Arabis bryoides is an aptly named, moss-like plant, growing in crevices of limestone cliffs at high altitude in mountains from Saitas, Chelmos and Erimanthos in the south to Albania and Kosovo in the north. It forms dense cushions or mats, flowering early with short, leafless stems and relatively large, snow-white petals.
GR(Pe StE NC NE NAe)
Greece (North Aegean islands present; North Central Greece present; North-East Greece present; Peloponnisos present; Sterea Ellas present)
Native / Range-Restricted
High mountain vegetation, Cliffs, rocks, walls, ravines, boulders
Presidential Decree 67/81