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Matchweed, aka Frogfruit (Phyla nodiflora) is a perennial groundcover in the verbena family. It has tiny flowers that cluster in tufts at ends of branches that is shaped like a match head. It's toothed foliage is small and deep green on spreading stems that can creep indefinitely and collectively get several inches high to 6 inches tall depending on moisture and environment. The flower stems are held above the foliage. This is a plant that is host to Phaon Crescent, Peacock, and Common Buckeye butterflies. It is also a nectar plant for the butterflies. It should be used in moist soil and sun. Give it room to creep and out compete other small plants.