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Plant Description




Plant Description

     Lagundi belongs to the family of Verbenaceae. Lagundi is a shedding shrub or small tree up to 8m tall. The bark surface slightly rough, peeling off in paper flakes, pale reddish-brown. The leaflets are 3-5mm, narrowly elliptical Fruit spherical to broadly egg-shaped, 3-6 mm long, purple or black when mature. Lagundi are found in humid places or along watercourses, in waste places and mixed open forest. Lagundi is a common medicine shrub in the Philippines.

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