Scientific name: Lycopodium clavatum
Common names: Vegetable Sulphur and Wolf's Claw
This mossy evergreen plant has 1 to 2 metre long ramblers which trail along the forest ground with their hair-like roots. From these ramblers grow 7 to 10 cm. high forked branches soft to the touch. The 4 year old plants develop yellowish spikes which yield the pollen, called Club Moss powder, which is homeopathically employed for excoriated surfaces of the skin.