Ground Ivy (Glecoma hederacea L.)
Ground ivy, sometimes called creeping Charlie, is a common weed of moist shaded places and is to be found in fencerows, about farmsteads, and in woodland pastures, gardens, and wastelands. It is also frequent near streams and ditches. A native of Europe, it has become a common plant throughout Illinois.
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