Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

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Family Scrophulariaceae
Veronica serpyllifolia L. subsp. serpyllifolia
thyme-leaved speedwell
Veronica: named after Saint Veronica, the woman who gave Jesus a cloth to wipe his face while on the way to Calvary, and so named because the markings on some species supposedly resemble those on her sacred handkerchief
serpyllifolia: with leaves like those of thyme, Serpyllum
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Status: Introduced - naturalized
Plant: perennial forb
Flower: pale blue, with blue lines
Habitat: fields, meadows, lawns

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Veronicastrum serpyllifolium (L.) Fourr.
Veronica serpyllifolia L. var. nummularioides Lecoq & Lamotte
Veronica serpyllifolia L. var. serpyllifolia

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