An indigenous twining vine common in lowlands of both wet and dry zones. Flowering probably throughout the year, though most reports are from November to…
An introduced liana native to South America. Cultivated for fermented pods which contains vanilla of commerce. The flowers need to be pollinated by hand since…
An indigenous herb common under shade in intermediate zone forests, often in rocky grounds. Flowering from March to August.
An indigenous tree of dry zone forests from sea level to 500 m elevations.
An ornamental unarmed climber native to Brazil. Widely cultivated and perhaps occasionally naturalized.
An indigenous undershrub of dry lowland areas. Often cultivated.
An indigenous annual or perennial woody herb rather common in thickets, roadsides and among vegetation at base of granite outcrops.
An endemic herb rather common along the shores on south and west coast, usually on sand. Rarely on rocks just behind the seashore.
An indigenous shrub or tree of tidal forests (Mangroves) along the coast and estuaries.
An indigenous shrub or small tree of medium to low elevation open forests of wet to intermediate zones, open places along watercourses and roadsides.
An endemic tree locally very common in the dry monsoon forests. Flower Size: 1.2 cm across
An indigenous shrub of open forests in coastal and lowland areas both moist and rather dry country. Locally common.
An indigenous perennial with basal rosette. Locally common in shallow soil over rocks, wet rocky and roadside banks from 875 to 900 m elevations. Flowering…
An indigenous shrub or small tree common in both wet and dry rainforests up to 700 m elevations.
An indigenous tall herb or undershrub common in damp shady places of wet zone forests from 700 to 2000 m elevations. Flowering and fruiting from…
An endemic shrub of montane shrubberies.
An indigenous slender woody climber, locally common in lowland forests and waste and cultivated grounds up to 700 m elevations.
An indigenous epiphyte common on trees or rocks in wet evergreen forests, extending to montane forests from 457 to 1524 m elevations.
An indigenous medium-sized to large tree common in dry zone forests up to 500 m elevations. Flowering from March to April and fruiting from May…
An endemic or indigenous subshrub occurs above 900 m elevations in the Knuckles range. Rather similar to the Phyllanthus baillonianus but with cream-white flowers. Probably an addition to the…
An indigenous perennial herb rare in montane forests from 1000 to 2000 m or higher.