A very attractive relation to the garden weed (Bittercress) in every respect although it is unfortunate that it does not spread quite as quickly. Foliage rises in early spring around late March, as crooks which slowly unfurl to reveal the flower buds as well as the leaves. The leaves are composed of 5 leaflets aranged like fingers around a central point, colour is rich green. Flowers are held in loose clusters above the foliage, each is around 1 cm wide and is clean white in colour.
This was collected by Michael Myers and named after his wife Helen
We don't have a picture for this uploaded yet, in the meantime you can click HERE for Google search result pictures for this plant (opens in a new window). Top row pictures are usually the most accurate! This particular collection is very similar to these white flowered plants.