In its sandy habitat.
Anyway, here's a look at the one in the garden on the left and the one in the meadow on the right.
The foliage is similar but not identical.
Verbena species, in the wild.
A last look at the little wildflower, only about 6 inches tall.
Not prostrate, not trailing.
Photo borrowed from http://hawthornhillwildflowers.blogspot.com/2011/12/wild-petunia-ruellia-caroliniensis.html
I fail to see that the flower from Hawthorn Hill is identical to my pictures above.
The leaves are different, the base of the bloom is different, the markings are different.
By the Way, I saw butterflies today. Two Pipevine butterflies were on Catchfly, and a tattered American Painted Lady.
Before I went to the fields to make pictures of the Verbena, I saw a dark moth of some kind on the damp driveway after the shower of rain we had. It wasn't enough rain to measure, but I am grateful for any amount. I'm glad to see butterflies returning.