Asiatic dayflower (Commelina communis)

Commelina communis, commonly known as the Asiatic dayflower, is an herbaceous annual plant in the dayflower family. It gets its name because the blooms last for only one day. It is native throughout much of East Asia and northern parts of Southeast Asia. In China, the plant is known as yazhicao (simplified Chinese: 鸭跖草; traditional Chinese: 鴨跖草; pinyin: yāzhīcǎo), roughly translating to “duckfoot herb”, while in Japan it is known as tsuyukusa

Source: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/30258865

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