|Also known as:||Creeping Charlie, Gill-over-the-Ground|
|Habitat:||part shade, shade; thickets, disturbed soil, lawns|
|Bloom season:||April - June|
|Plant height:||5 to 8 inches|
|USDA PLANTS database:||Minnesota county distribution map|
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Leaves are round or kidney-shaped with scalloped edges, to 1½ inches wide and 1 inch long on stems about 1 inch long. Leaves have deep veins and are sometimes tinged with purple. Like all members of the Mint family, the stem is square and leaf attachment is opposite.
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All photos taken at Long Lake Regional Park, New Brighton, MN April-May, 2007
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