Thyme-leaved Speedwell

Thyme-leaved Speedwell - Veronica serpyllifolia Veronica serpyllifolia


Colour: White with blue veins
Flowering: May - September
Height: Up to 8" (20 cms)
Family: Scrophulariaceae


Thyme-leaved Speedwell    

Thyme-leaved speedwell has creeping stems which root themselves. It is common in Britain on open grassland.

The flowers are tiny - 6 to 8 mm diameter growing on the upright stems. They have four white petals with blue veins radiating outwards.

The leaves are rounded and hairless.


Thyme-leaved Speedwell - Veronica serpyllifolia
    Thyme-leaved Speedwell

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