Veronica serpyllifolia L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection.

Digitised Reference Slides

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Distribution
Veronica serpyllifolia (rights holder: Ondřej Zicha) © Ondřej Zicha

Thymeleaf Speedwell

This small wildflower is one of several weedy Veronica spp. that have been introduced from Europe. Because of its small stature, it is not often noticed except when sizeable colonies of flowering plants are in bloom. Such colonies can produce an attractive display in lawns as the flowers are usually held above the blades of grass. Thyme-Leaved Speedwell can be distinguished from other Veronica spp... Text © John Hilty

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Definition
Parent Taxon
Veronica
Global Pollen Project UUID
3cde50d6-3ee8-4468-be86-eb55f2438941
Botanical Reference
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