Scrambling fumitory (Fumaria muralis) is widespread throughout New Zealand. Has long but weak stems that scramble and gain support from other plants. In favourable conditions can grow rapidly and smother slow growing crops like fodder beet.
- Spear shaped, long and slender
- Base tapered and stalkless
- Long stalked with 3 leaflets
Has distinctive pink tubular flowers that are purplish at the ends.