Botanical name: Symphorema polyandrum Family: Verbenaceae (Verbena family)
South Indian Symphorema is a very rare climbing shrub, 7-8 m tall. Leaves are simple, oppositely arranged. Flowers borne in stalked head-like cymes, subtended by a whorl of 6 prominent involucral bracts. Sepal cup is 5- or 6-toothed. Flowers are white with prominently protruding stamens. It is found in Karnataka. Flowering: February-April.
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