The ivy-leaved toadflax (Cymbalaria muralis) belongs to the Scrophulariaceae (the Figwort family). It is an evergreen herb that is native to the Mediterranean Europe and widely naturalised elsewhere. It is also naturalised in Hanshu and Hokkaido. This herb commonly grows in rock and wall crevices, and along footpaths, and it grows up to 5 cm in height. The leaves are rounded to heart-shaped, 2.5-5 cm long and wide, 3–7-lobed. The flowers are small, pale bluish purple, similar in shape to snapdragon flowers, and bloom from May to September. It is a worldwide invasive plant.