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Bird's-Eye Speedwell

Bird's-Eye Speedwell

Veronica chamaedrys

These delightful little flowers grow in shady areas at the edges of lawns. In the Spring, their tiny, blue blossoms rise up on short stalks above paired leaves. The plant's habit is semi-trailing, and they can form loosely defined colonies. It is not a Rhode Island native, yet common, and attractive enough to deserve mention.


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