Have you seen this growing about?
Let us know in the comments, and I’ll return later with your answer!
As one of our regular readers said, the important thing to know about this plant is you can never get rid of it! So true.
Creeping Charlie, or what Miz Flora’s wildflower guide calls Gill-Over-The Ground, Glechoma hederacea, is a member of the Mint Family. (Bet you can see the square stem!) Rather than standing upright, it creeps, putting down new roots where the nodes touch moist ground.
The blue or violet flowers bloom in spring and early summer, and because it’s a common plant, they feed bees while the other plants are getting going. The blossoms are quite small–meaning we had a really touch time getting a close photo.
But we are sure you can find one in your lawn to check them out!