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Spotting

Description:

A kind of ground ivy, I think, but no ID yet. Leaves about the size of a nickel. Growing in the cool, shaded area between a field and surrounding woods.

Notes:

Ground-cover

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7 Comments

Ragha
Ragha 8 years ago
Hema
Hema 8 years ago

interesting,

wildsweld
wildsweld 8 years ago

Ok, let me know when you find out - I'm quite interested in knowing what it is

suzmonk
suzmonk 8 years ago

Hi wildsweld, following up. I don't think it's watercress, but it was an interesting idea. Still think I'm on the trail of a delicate, ivy-esque ground-cover plant. Thanks for your thoughts, though ... stay in touch! :-)

wildsweld
wildsweld 8 years ago

Ok, let me know what you think

suzmonk
suzmonk 8 years ago

Thanks, wildsweld, I'll check that out ...

wildsweld
wildsweld 8 years ago

Looks like it might be Watercress/Nasturtium officinale

suzmonk
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suzmonk

Scooba, Mississippi, USA

Spotted on Oct 25, 2013
Submitted on Oct 26, 2013

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