A perennial herb growing up to 1m high with spreading branches which are softly downy when young. It has light green, thin leaves which are oval in profile with smooth margins. White or greenish to rosy flowers appear from October to June and this plant produces bright red berries. The leaves, roots and fruit are poisonous.
Brazilian verbina is an annual or short-lived perennial herb with erect, hispid, quadrangular stems of 1-2.5 metres in height. It has the ability to displace indigenous vegetation through most of its non-native range and is considered invasive. It can be found both in wetland/riparian areas as well as in drier, upland habitat.
An erect, hairless succulent perennial growing 1,2m high with grey-green, mottled leaves often having darker green to reddish spots. Flowers are pale orange to deep magenta appearing from June to July on the end of an erect stalk
Slender, leafless, parasitic plants with yellowish or whitish, twining stems up to 2m high and forming dense patches up to 6m across. No leaves. Small clusters of whitish flowers up to 3mm long appear from November to April. Greenish-yellow fruits occur intermittently along the stringy vines. This plant invades a wide range of habitats, especially river banks, other moist sites and irrigated crop lands
A herbaceous twining annual with hairy stems up to 3m or more. Bright green, sparsely hairy, heart-shaped leaves. Purplish-blue, reddish, magenta or white funnel-shaped flowers, sometimes with contrasting stripes from November to May. This creeper invades woodlands, waste areas, arable land, roadsides, river banks and coastal dunes.