It is found in the Apiaceae, or carrot, family.
It is a wildflower that grows to about a foot in height and prostrate as a ground cover.
The leaves are alternate with toothed margins and are elliptic to elliptic- ovate in shape.
The tiny blue flowers appear all year.
It occurs naturally in moist meadows, roadsides, woodland borders, riparian areas, and wet woodlands.
It is native to Florida and Georgia.
In the home landscape it grows in full sun to part shade. It looks best allowed to spread out as a ground cover because the flowers are very small.
The flowers are a nectar source for many small insects and squirrels and songbirds eat the flowers and seeds.
Propagation is achieved by growing it from seed or transplants. Any piece of the plant that has roots can be transplanted to a moist site.