Veronica arvensis

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Veronica arvensis

Corn Speedwell
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Binomial:Veronica arvensis
Type:Annual

Veronica arvensis -- known variously as Corn Speedwell, Common Speedwell, Speedwell, Rock Speedwell, or Wall Speedwell -- is a low-growing herb native to Europe, but also an invasive weed in North America.

Description[edit]

Low-growing, somewhat hairy plant with small dark-blue flowers. Flowers from late spring through early autumn.

Ecology[edit]

Spread by the small seeds, usually with the help of foot traffic. Common in nursery containers.

Uses[edit]

Has some medicinal uses.

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