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|The birdeye speedwell or common field (persian) speedwell (Veronica persica) Is a annual herbaceous plant, very common and abundant like a bad grass in the crops of most European lands. Native of SW Asia, itís dated of 1805 in Karlsruhe botanical Garden, city on the southwest of Deutschland, in the Bundesland of Baden-Wurtemberg near french - german frontier. It has invaded all the continents becoming subcosmopolitan|
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You have very nice captured this very small but very beautiful an very common plant. Natural colours an acceptable POV. Nice composition. Well done my friend. Bravo and TFS