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|Species||Commelina communis L.|
- GBIF - Commelina communis L. [ English ]
Eastern Europe to Japan and Indo-China.
The asiatic dayflower prefers full sun to partial shade, loam or sand soil texture and moist to occasionally dry soil drainage. It can be found in moist, shady forest edges, as well as in wet areas of crop fields, orchards, ditches, and roadsides. It grows best in open and disturbed areas, and along roadsides and woodland borders.
Native to Eastern Europe to Japan and Indo-China. Introduced to Central and Western Europe and North America.
The asiatic dayflower is considered to be an invasive species in North America. The flower is a rapid growing perennial.
- NCBI Taxonomy Browser - Commelina communis L. [ English ]
- North Carolina State University Extension - Commelina communis [ English ]
- Invasive Plant Atlas - Asiatic dayflower (Commelina communis L.) [ English ]
- Royal Botanical Gardens Kew - Plants of the World Online - Commelina communis L. [ English ]