Charmed at the first sight...
I think that is the suitable term to express my interest into this plant.
Actually, it's just a wild plant on the road side or farmland.
This plant is well known as weed on the farmland.
Yes, this is Sangketan (Heliotropium indicum L).
We, Javanese call it as Sangketan, Buntut tikus (Mouse tail), Uler-uleran, or Tlale gajah (elephant's trunk).
As long as I know, I also well known as swamp basil, but I'm not sure.
Here, this plant is also well known as medicinal plant to treat pneumonia, rheumatism, oral thrush, and dysentery.
This plant is also used as anti parasitic and anti depressant.
The stalk of the flower up to 10 cm.
The little white flower lined up on the stalk.
I really like it...
I want to add this cutie plant into my little garden.
I think it will grow well.