a perennial herb found in common on roadsides or in lawns, stems
branch well to crawl on the ground, emerging fibrous roots from
nodes, thus, making colonies. Leaves, 1-1.5cm in diameter, are
circular, palmately, shallowly cleft, with bases cordate, margins
with 3-5 dentitions, and surfaces glossy. Approximately ten small
greenish flowers in clusters set themselves on tips of
0.5-1.2cm-long, shorter-than-the-leaves peduncles that emerged from
axils. Bloom time: June-October.