Lindernia antipoda var. verbenifolia is an
annual that grows in paths between paddies, wetlands, or the like.
Stems branch to become stocks. Without petioles, leaves are in an
alternate arrangement; lanceolate-shaped with round tips, with 5-8
sharp serrations on the margins. Stem tips generate light red
flowers; lower lips are cleft in three, and the central lobes do not
become longer downward, unlike L. antipoda var. grandiflora. The
flowers look oppressed from the top side and bottom side. Petioles
and gynophores divaricate longer than lanceolated-shaped bracts.
Bloom time: August-October.