Wall-Cress, the Common, or CoddEd Mouse-ear, Arabis thaliana, L. an indigenous plant, growing on walls, roofs, and in dry, sandy pastures : it flowers in the month of May. - The Wall-cress seldom exceeds the height of 4 or 5 inches; it produces small white blossoms, which are succeeded by long slender pods, containing minute round seeds. - This plant is said not to be relished by sheep, and is wholly refused by hogs; bat we are informed by Bechstein, that sheep are so remarkably partial to the Codded Mouse-ear, as "to run after it."