I am trying to identify this unknown ground cover plant. The plant was here from a previous home owner (native? unlikely). It does well in the spring but then desiccates by the end of summer. Full size leaves are about the size of a dime. Little purple flowers in very early spring (February, 20 to 50 F, zone 7a, high desert). Please see picture below:
I appreciate any help in identification.
Thanks in advance!
Location: Buffalo, NY
posted 7 years ago
Wow, I think I found the plant ID.
Creeping Charlie, AKA Ground Ivy, or Glechoma hederacea.