Plant plagiariser

Germander shares her name with the wildflower Germander Speedwell (Veronica chamaedrys), this species being probably the boldest and brightest of UK-occurring Speedwells.

While found in many of the same habitats and frequently sharing the same cobalt colouration, Germander (Homo sapiens speedwelli) can be easily distinguished from her botanical counterpart by her greater length of stem and independent mobility between habitats.

Spoken-worder, wayward walker,
nomenclature collector and terminology assembler

Germander Speedwell's principal pursuit is to collect curious language from odd or arcane sources, and arrange it into tongue-twisting spoken word pieces that are packed with plosives, littered with alliteration, saturated with assonance and riddled with rhythm. Germander also dabbles in tangents of geographical exploration, architectural decoration, tidal observation, floral identification and nautical notation.

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