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|Heliotropium indicum, commonly known as Indian heliotrope, is an annual, hirsute plant that is a common weed in waste places and settled areas. It is native to Asia. It is widely used in native medicine in Tamil Nadu, India.|
Indian heliotrope is an annual, erect, branched plant that can grow to a height of about 15–50 cm (5.9–19.7 in). It has a hairy stem, bearing alternating ovate to oblong-ovate leaves. It has small white or purple flowers with a green calyx; five stamens borne on a corolla tube; a terminal style; and a four-lobed ovary.
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- [2018-08-22 2:19]
Lovely photo of this beautiful common weed.
- [2018-08-22 14:19]
Beautiful macro of these very small flowers,excellent details and a very bright blue despite the dark light,well done! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
What a beautiful bit of flora from the Islands, Pushkar! The frame is quite artistic.
Good to see your picture after a long time.