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Thyme-leaved Speedwell

Veronica serpyllifolia

Description:

Tiny white flowers. A little bit of purple inside the petals. Stalk is about 8 cm tall.

Habitat:

my lawn

1 Species ID Suggestions

Thyme-leaved Speedwell
Veronica serpyllifolia Veronica serpyllifolia


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3 Comments

kristenlarsen
kristenlarsen 8 years ago

Perhaps cleavers. Can't tell from the photo exactly but if they have fine hairs like a cats tongue. That may get you looking in the right direction at least.

auntieanna
auntieanna 9 years ago

Hi tiffanypr, I appreciate your advice and will be mindful of that in the future.

tiffanypr
tiffanypr 9 years ago

Hi auntie Anna! Love the pics but I have to say, it makes me a bit sad to see most if your wildflowers pulled from the ground :(. Are you able to take the pics from their habitat? Just a suggestion :)

auntieanna
Spotted by
auntieanna

Tomahawk, Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on May 19, 2012
Submitted on May 20, 2012

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