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Corn or Wall Speedwell (Veronica arvensis)


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An upright small hairy annual with very small blue flowers around 4-5mm and oval / triangular leaves. The leaves are oval and narrow at the top of the plant. It grows on waste areas, pastures, open woods, dry grasslands and walls. It can grow to 2-16 inches and flowers March to October. This plant was photographed on 22nd May 2009 at Old Warden Railway Cutting, Bedfordshire.

27th Aug 2009 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

plant flower biology nature botany wild

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