|Etymology||Genus||After Augustin Friedrich Walther, a 18th century German botanist|
|Species||Of Indian; relationship to plant unknown|
|Synonyms||Waltheria africana K. Schum., Waltheria americana L.|
|Common Names||Sleepy Morning, Velvet Leaf|
Waltheria indica is found in open scrublands. It starts as a single stemmed individual and then clusters together. The alternate arranged and serrated leaves are grey and very velvety because of the hairs on it. Each leaf axillary frequently branch out a yellow infloresence.
Form of the Sleepy Morning.
The velvety leaf.