Field chickweed (Cerastium arvense) is a very common member of the pink and carnation family that grows natively throughout many places in the world. It is found in Europe, South American, and almost all of Canda and the United Staes excluding Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, the Carolinas, Alabama and Florida. These were found growing out of serpentine outcrops on Washington State's Fidalgo Island.
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- White Wildflowers, Caryophyllaceae (Carnation and Pink Family)