Asystasia indica H.J.Chowdhery & Av.Bhattacharjee, Indian J. Forest. 29: 211 2006.;
India (West Bengal) as per Catalogue of Life;
 

Images by Somnath Paldas, Indentified by K. Manasi, Mayur Nandikar, S. Pardeshi, Ushadi & Hemson (Inserted by J.M.Garg)

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Request for ID , 2: pls help me with the ID & nature of the plant


… looks like garden flora … a cultivar of Asystasia species … not sure.

Hello …, please provide the bare minimum essential details of this plant … place and time of sighting.

place of sighting – Shibpur Botanical Garden, Howrah, west bengal . 
time – Dec End / Jan start
not planted plan wise, found in a unplanned jungle area


it is Asystasia intrusa
Asystasia, Ranong
Origin: Malaysia

it Looks closer to A. indica.

Asystasia indica H. J. Chowdhery & Av. Bhattacharijee


Yes, A. Indica… The ganges primrose
its flourishing in meadows, along road sides, in grassy areas where grass/lawn in not mowed regularly,
Right now its very prolific in the SHuibpur botanical Garden… since March I have sighted and photographed… yellow, this white and magenta stripes, white with diffuse magenta petals (as if the color was air sprayed on in parts!!!)  and and a pinkish variety…
slowly am getting organized, will put up the pictures…
PS: I AM A STRONG PROPONENT OF NOT MOWING THE LAWN TOO OFTEN, JUST TO LET THE LOCAL FLORA FLOURISH AND GET A TOE HOLD… DO YOU FEEL THAT WAY?


Yes its Asystasia indica



Yes …, I feel that way too, and my lawn is not the so called “english lawn“. I have watched people with a poisonspray in hand killing each and everything, which “does not belong there”.
We say in German “Jedem das seine”, one does in his / her own way.


is it anyhow toxic in nature ???

 
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