Mouse-ear Chickweed is a wildflower with tiny, white 1/2″ flowers. These flowers have 5 deeply notched petals and 5 prominent sepals. The 6-12″ plants grow from May through September so you should be able to see them this summer. I saw many of them along the trails at Fort Hill.
It is often called the “common weed of gardens, roadsides and lawns.”
Have you ever seen a Mouse-ear Chickweed? Pretty, don’t you think?