Ground Ivy
Ground Ivy

Ground Ivy
Glechoma hederacea

Ground Ivy, also called Gill-over-the-ground, is a member of the Mint Family (Lamiaceae) It blooms from March to July in Moist areas along roadsides or yards. It is found from Southern Canada south to Georgia and Alabama and west to the Pacific. The leaves of this plant were used to ferment beer, hence the Gill which comes from the French guiller - to ferment.
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