Color, whitish or light blue, with dark blue lines. Flowers, in loose racemes, with pedicels. Leaves, the lower petioled, roundish, passing gradually into narrow bracts near the flowers. Small, often dooryard weeds, growing flat and matlike upon the ground, with the opposite flowering branches 3 or 4 inches long. Stem, creeping, smooth. May to July.

Lawns and grassy places in all our Eastern States.