This plant is found in open and close tropical savannah areas. It takes the form of a low-growing, multi-stemmed bush, which may grow to several metres in height. It is easily mistaken for a weed, not unlike lantana in appearance. The leaves grow alternately along the stem and are abound 5 cm long and 3 cm wide, and have prominent light coloured veins. Flowers are tiny and yellow to cream in colour.During the wet season, Ragah bears masses of very small white berries which are about the size of a pea. They are found in clusters along . . .

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