Veronica muratae is
a perennial herb inhabiting moist/damp forest beds or edges, forming
colonies in mountainous regions, stems crawling on the grounds, and
rising on the way to the height of around 10cm. Leaves are of
opposite phyllotaxis, in the shape of an oval, 1-2cm in length;
bases are wedge-shaped, and margins have some serrations. Flowers, a
few in number, light purple with purple stripes, come on short
peduncles borne from axils. Bloom time: May-June.