Aquatic Plants

Diffuse Dayflower
Commelina diffusa

Diffuse Dayflower is a common emergent plant in wetlands. It grows by the roadside and on the edge of water bodies. With green pointy leaves and greenish stems with red dots, it looks like ordinary weeds. However, it looks so pretty when its little blue flowers bloom from May to November every year. These blue beauties are pleasing to the eyes, and the juice of their petals can be used as an artist's paint.

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