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White Mimosa
White Mimosa or Krishna Siris is a small tree reaching 3 to 6 m in height, with a wide, dense, round or umbrella-shaped canopy. Flowers are white or cream, in more or less spherical heads, 2.5 cm in diameter, often extremely numerous. At flowering time the tree looks white because of the blooms. The flowers are mildly fragrant. Pods are oblong, 10-30 cm long x 2-5 wide and brown at maturity. Leaves eaten by cattle, goats and sheep.
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Bougainvillea
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Frangipani/Champa
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Pink Bauhinia
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Zinnia
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Burr Bush Flowers
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Dwarf Morning Glory
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SWAMP DAYFLOWER
Commelina paludosa

Swamp Dayflower is a perennial herb. Stems often erect, simple or sometimes branched distantly; smooth or slightly hairy. The leaves are stalkless-leaf sheath densely hairy at mouth.
Leaf like bracts carrying flowers at the top of the stems. Blue flowers one to several, nearly sit inside the bracts.
Sepals 3-6 mm, Petals 4.5-8 mm.
Found in forests, streamside in ravines, near sea level to 2800 m in India and Southeast Asian region.
Source - Flowers of India
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One For you
Tridax Daisy
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Beach Bean
It is a herbaceous vine that trails along beaches and coastal areas. The thick, fleshy stem can grow to 20 ft or more in length and more than 1 inch in diameter. It blooms most of the summer and sporadically the rest of the year.
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