|Wall Speedwell, Veronica arvensis. On the verge opposite my house in Hayes, 6 May 2016.|
this earlier post about my verge.
The tiny blue flower in the first picture is Wall Speedwell.
Not far away is the plant on the right, a Thyme-leaved Speedwell, with flowers that are violet and white.
With the Common Field Speedwell shown in the last verge post, that makes three species of Speedwell so far.
Last year I saw the Wall Speedwell on a wall, which seemed fair enough; and the Thyme-leaved Speedwell was growing in a local park. It's good to have them here.
In the background of the picture on the right is the Parsley-piert I showed in the previous verge post, linked to above.
In the first picture there are also some clover-like leaves. These belong to ...
|Spotted Medick, Medica arabica. On the verge opposite my house in Hayes, 6 May 2016.|
|Daisy and Oxeye Daisy. Bellis perennis and Leucanthemum vulgare.|
On the verge opposite my house in Hayes, 6 May 2016.