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Speedwell (Veronica spp.)


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A number of speedwells (such as the Green Field Speedwell) can flower all year. This species was growing in a crevice, but the flowers looked a little large for Corn or Wall Speedwell (Veronica arvensis) a species which is common in crevices and cracks. It normally flowers March to October. Here the flowers are just coming out in late January 2006. Picture taken in Bedford.

29th Jan 2006 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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