is a perennial occurring on the forest edges in hilly districts,
with stems that grow to 60-90cm tall. Leaves are oval-like
long-oblong or long oblong, 8-18cm in length, with tips pointed, and
the lower parts gradually becoming narrower and turning into
petioles. Two to four petioles hang from axils and put flowers on
the tips facing downward, and pale yellow corollas measure about 8mm
in diameter, with tips cleft in five, and the lobes bend backward.
Calyxes look like small shallow dishes with tips flattened and
divided not. Sap fruit, spherical, 7-10mm across, mature in red.
Bloom time: August-September.