Botanical name: Canscora diffusa Family: Gentianaceae (Gentian family)
Spreading Canscora is a diffuse annual herb, growing up to 15-50 cm high. It has many slender branches. Stalkless leaves are oppositely arranged on the branches. The leaves are ovate, rounded at the base, 1-2 cm long. Flowers occur in lax cymes at the end of branches. Rosy pink flowers are 1-1.5 cm across with three visible petals. Actually there are 4 petals. Two of them merge to form a single notched petal. Four stamens emerge out of the flower. Spreading Canscora is found in Flowering: October-November.
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