In the Czech Republic, it is growing rarely, our territory is undergoing the northeastern border of species spreading. In Bohemia it grows in the Bohemian Karst, then in the vicinity of Litoměřice (Pokratická bílá stráň), in the Bílichovské Valley, in the lower Povltaví, near the Želiv Dam. Other findings are controversial and are currently unverified. In Moravia, the foothills of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands (Svratka, Bobrava, Jihlava) are rarely growing in Moravia. In Europe, it grows in the hills and mountains of Western and Central Europe (the site is not connected). Most eastern data are probably from the Eastern foothills of the Alps in Austria, from the northwest of Hungary and southwestern Slovakia.
Ecology: Grows on rocky slopes, shrubs of overgrown slopes, thin spruces in canyon valleys, bright oak forests. It usually occurs in unshielded stands on shallow rocky soils on basic rocks (limestone, snakes, puddles, etc.). It grows in communities belonging to the associations Seslerio-Festucion glaucae, Asplenion serpentini, in some communities of the order Quercetalia pubescentis. Blooms in April to May.
Description: Blue green perennial with creeping protrusions and leaf rosettes, some are sterile, other flowering. The stems are straight, 12-25 cm tall, unruly, round, glabrous. The leaves of the ground rosette are oblong elliptic to elliptic or oblique. They are petiolate, entire, slightly skinny. Fertile rosettes remain well preserved after the fruit, always with only one flower of the flower. The stem leaves are oblong-ovate, with heart-shaped to heart-shaped shoots. They are all-round, more or less affixed to the stalk, interesting. Flowers grow in simple grapes. Calcite leaves oblong-ovate, 2-3.5 mm long, occasionally violet, with a whitish, furry border. Crowns are white, obovate, 5-7 mm long (2 times longer than the calyx). The anthers remain yellow even after the pollen appears. The fruit is a broadly obovate sheath 4-8 mm long, at most 1.5 times longer than wide. The slicer is broadly rounded on the basis of the spoon. The sash wings are 1 / 2-1 / 3 narrower than the case. At the top of the sycamore, the juniper remains 1,3-2 mm long, longer than the crown of the sycamore. The seeds are yellow-brown, smooth, ellipsoid, 1.5-2 mm long and are 2-3 in the casing.
Threat and Protection: Mountain money is included among endangered species of our flora (C3). In Slovakia it is rated vulnerable (VU).