Ground Ivy (Glecoma hederacea L.)
Ground ivy is a low, prostrate perennial herb with slender 4-sided stems that hug the ground, root at their joints, and often cover areas of many square feet. Its leaves, two at a joint, are raised on slender stalks. They are roundish and have scalloplike teeth on their margins. Its small bluish flowers, found in the axils of the leaves, appear from April to May and even into July.
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