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Ivy-leaved Speedwell

Veronica hederifolia


It is an annual herb growing from a taproot and producing a hairy, spreading stem up to about 60 cm long. The stem is lined with rounded leaves with blades which are divided shallowly into 3 - 5 lobes and borne on petioles. Solitary blue flowers occur in leaf axils, each with a corolla up to a cm wide.


t is native to Eurasia and it is present in other places as an introduced species and a common weed.

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Atanas Tanev
Atanas Tanev 11 years ago
Ivy-leaved Speedwell
Veronica hederifolia Veronica hederifolia

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injica 11 years ago

Really? Yeah I guess they just started to flower :) Thank you for the ID!

Atanas Tanev
Atanas Tanev 11 years ago

Ha, today I made some pictures of this species too, but they weren't good enough. Glad that you shared yours. :)

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Zagreb, Croatia

Spotted on Apr 14, 2013
Submitted on Apr 14, 2013

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