Long after the S-weed explorations are supposedly finished,
here's a small sprig of the purslane speedwell. I found
it for the first time within the S-weed boundaries in the
beginning of the summer (end of april?) at the foot of the
first tree in the background. Took a sprig then, as well,
but the scanner wasn't friends with my latest system upgrades...
Had the sprig in a glass of water, where at least one of
the remaining buds opened its tiny whitish flower. And the
sprig rooted, was put into a flower pot and set seed. All
without any documentation whatsoever from my side.
Soil for the fancy new flowerbed (to the right) was the
prime suspected origin, the V. peregrina being resident
at and around the plant nursery in Fässberg and popping
up here and there in Flowerbeds Near You. So, good to find
it now IN the said flowerbed. It deserves to be mentioned
as the 446th taxon on S-weed turf.