Zornia latifolia | Maconha brava | Tencilla | Koemataballi
$13.00 – $52.00
Species: Z. latifolia
Common names: Maconha brava, Koemataballi (Suriname), Zornia, Tencilla, Barba de Burro (El Salvador).
Zornia latifolia is a flowering plant in the Fabaceae family. It is native to South America, however it can be found growing into Central and North America. It is a perennial plant that can grow to about 50cm from the ground. The leaves are bifoliolate, with each made up of two leaflets. The herbage is hairless although can sometimes be found with very slight hairs.
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