Host plant: Buckeye. Appears in bunches along roadsides, open fields and front yards in late winter and spring. Tiny flowers are light blue, brushed with white.
Habitat: Open, dry, shady or rocky sites; abandoned fields, usually sandy
A small light blue-violet, 2-lipped spurred flowers scattered in an elongated cluster on a slender stem. Common wildflower in the same family as snapdragon.