Whitlow-Grass, the Common, or Nailwort, Draba ver-na, L. a native plant, growing on walls and in dry pastures ; blowing in the months of March and April. According to Dr. Withering, the Nailwort is one of the earliest flowering plants, and may be used as salad. It is also eaten by horses, sheep, and goats; but not relished by cows, and is totally refused by hogs.