Persian speedwell

Veronica persica

Annual, seed-propagated weed that forms many shoots if the soil is well-supplied with nitrogen. It originates from Asia.

Foliage leaves regular crenate with rounded lobes.
Basically bigger flowers than ivy-leaved speedwell.

Cotyledons: Spatulate to triangular, rounded at the top, short-petiolate.

Stems: Usually in groups, creeping to ascending, single or ramified, ruffly haired, 40 cm (15.75 inch).

Leaves: Broad-ovate, nearly cordate at the base, regularly notched at the margin with rounded lobelets.
Sparse projecting hairs.

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