|Etymology||Genus||After Henrik Bernhard Oldenland, a Danish botanist|
|Species||After corymb; a type of inflorescence arrangement|
|Synonyms||Hedyotis corymbosa (L.) Lam.|
|Common Names||Siku-Siku, Old World Diamond Flower|
|Native Distribution||Tropical Africa, Madacasgar, and India|
Oldenlandia corymbosa is a very common herb that is commonly found growing out from the cracks of concrete pavements and drains, as well as a weed on lawns. The leaves are opposite and narrow. Tiny branched flowers or fruits of about 1mm are almost always present.
Narrow paired leaves.
Siku-Siku growing from a drain edge.
Tiny flowers of about 1mm. They may be white or with a slight tint of pink.
Top flattened fruits.