Tuberaria guttata (L.) Fourr., 1868
Common names: Spotted rockrose [En], Hélianthème tacheté, Hélianthème taché [Fr], Gevlekt zonneroosje [Nl], Geflecktes Sandröschen [De], Fior gallinaccio comune[It], Τουβεραρία η σταλαγματώδης [Gr], Güneşgülü [Tu]
Rahes, IKARIA ● Greece
Description: The flowers are very variable with the characteristic spot at the base of the petal very variable in size and intensity of colour.
Biology: It blooms from May to August.
Habitat: The plant typically grows in low scrub or garrigue, frequently on limestone and often close to the sea.
Distribution: Common plant of the Mediterranean region which also occurs very locally in Wales and Ireland.
Wikipedia, Tuberaria guttata