Asiatic Dayflower,  Commelina communis
Commelinaceae or Dayflower Family

Low weak-stemmed plant, 6 to 15 inches long.  Leaves lance-shaped, tapering to a point, clasping stem.  Flowers arising from a folded, heart-shaped leaf-like bract.  Flowers have 3 petals, two large deeply blue upper petals and one very small lower petal.  Blooms in summer.

Exotic weed of disturbed places, usually in the shade of other plants.  In Wildwood, along the bikeway.

The native Virginia dayflower (Commelina virginica)has all three petals blue, and the lower one is only slightly smaller.  It has not been reported from the Park.