The plant presents itself in short, narrow clusters of
white or pale blue flowers with darker stripes at the tops of
creeping or erect stems that form mats. Overall plant height
is 2 to 10" tall. Its preferred habitat is roadsides, meadows
and damp open woods. Distribution is occasional in the Escambia
The flowers are about 1/6" wide with 4 petals, 3of
them rounded, the lowest narrower. There will be 2 stamens. Flowers
occur from April to July.
Leaves are about 1/2 to 2/3" long, mostly opposite,
ovate, minutely toothed.