Swaziland's Alien Plants Database

Tridax procumbens L.
ASTERACEAE
tridax daisy, tridax, coat buttons, Mexican daisy
Unknown, Potential minor problem species
Origin: Central America
Growth Form: Herb
Plant Description: low perennial, often rooting at the nodes. It has ovate, lobed, stiffly hairy leaves and solitary, erect flower heads. They are produced throughout the year and have cream ray florets and yellow disc florets.
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