Persicaria praetermissa /

This plant is a fairly uncommon small prostrate herb with stems about 30 – 50 cm long. On occasions it is found growing on margins of swamps and lagoons. Its young leaves are triangular in shape – (mature leaves are tapered at stem and apex) soft and fairly smooth and stems have stiff recurved hairs on stalks and stem. Flowers in Summer through to late 3 -Autumn. Flowers are quite widely separated on a branching infloresence. Scale in cms. Created: 02/27/2008

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