Leaves, Whole from Thailand (SKU 2258)
Zornia leaves, whole. Ethically wild harvested, from Thailand.
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Zornia latifolia is an perennial herb belonging to the Leguminosae (Pea family). Often grown as a tropical pasture legume. Zornia diphylla is a synonym of Z. latifolia. A perennial, tap-rooted herb. Stems 20-50 cm long, glabrous or pubescent, with a prostrate growth habit and intense branching. Stipules lanceolate, striate, to 1 cm long. Leaves bifoliolate, leaflets lanceolate-oblong, acute at the apex, glabrous or pubescent, 1-4 cm long. Inflorescence a terminal peduncled spike, flowers alternate, 1-35 per inflorescence, bractlets stipuliform, up to 1.5 cm long, nearly enclosing the flower. Calyx hyaline, 4 mm long, ciliate. Petals yellow, approximately 1 cm long. Pods 2-8 jointed, shortly beaked, more or less spiny, pubescent, the inferior margin deeply crenate , the superior margin nearly straight, joints rounded, 2-3 mm long and wide. 770,000 seeds/kg.
Native to: South America: Argentina (north of latitude 35°S), Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela. Chief habitats are open fields and grassy areas.
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