Ellisia nyctelea

This native annual grows up to 12 inches tall, but usually much shorter. The deeply cut leaves (B) are opposite on hairy, purple stems (A). The small, bell-shaped white flowers, with tiny purple spots (C), are borne on stalks opposite from the leaf axils. By mid-May, while some flowers are still blooming, others have already gone to seed (D). Identified by the shape of the cut leaves and the small white flowers. The plant is shown in image "D" after it emerged in April. 

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