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I survived! A photo of the American speedwell

One American speedwell (Veronica peregrina) plant has survived¬†at the edge of the lawn beside the caged plots in the greenhouse area. All the other plants in the population have succumbed to the weed killer sprayed recently. If the lawn mower … Continue reading

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American speedwell (Veronica peregrina)

The American speedwell (Veronica peregrina)¬†arrived in Britain before 1680 but was originally confined to gardens. It isn’t the world’s prettiest plant so probably arrived by accident with something much more garden worthy. It’s favourite habitat is flowerbeds in gardens and … Continue reading

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