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It belongs to family Myrsinaceae . It is low growing perennial with trailing stems . Wild specimens have orange or blue flowers . The coloration is different due to different pigments . The blue color is due to high concentration of Malvidin.
Its a wild plant found around the fields where wheat crop was grown at my home town (Patiala). It is native ti Mediterranean region .
Spotted on Feb 14, 2013
Submitted on Feb 14, 2013
Thanks Arun !
nice spotting and info !!