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Commelina erecta, commonly known as the white mouth dayflower or slender dayflower, is a perennial herb native throughout the Americas, Africa and western Asia. It is considered to be the most variable species of Commelina in North America. Fernald recognized three varieties, but Robert B. Faden has questioned their significance.
ladybird johnson wildflower center at the pond area
Family:Commelinaceae Subfamily:Commelinoideae Tribe:Commelineae