Botanical name: Misopates orontium subsp. gibbosum Family: Plantaginaceae (Isabgol family)
Synonyms: Antirrhinum gibbosum
Corn Snapdragon is a native of disturbed ground, with dark green and shiny leaves. Leaves are stalkless, lower opposite, upper alternate, narrowly oblong to elliptic-lanceolate, 3-5 cm long. The pink flowers resemble a miniature Snapdragon and are followed by a hairy green fruit which is said to resemble a weasel's snout. The flowers are normally pink, but occasionally white ones also appear. The subspecies found in India has flowers with tubes distinctly swollen. The subspecies found in Europe has flowers with narrower flower-tube. Corn Snapdragon is found from Africa to India.
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