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Juba's bush

Iresine diffusa


Tiny, delicate white flowers growing on a panicle. The plant overall was fairly tall (2-3 feet). It was so plentiful I assumed it was invasive, but I was pleasantly surprised to learn that it is actually a native plant to Florida. However, many people would consider it a "weedy" native.


Shady forest alongside a trail leading to a mangrove-lined shoreline. Nearby was cabbage palm, Milkberry (Chiococca alba), and Rivina humilis

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Florida, USA

Lat: 28.86, Long: -82.67

Spotted on Jan 23, 2020
Submitted on Feb 2, 2020

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