|Etymology||Genus||Capped; reference to plant unknown|
|Synonyms||Parietaria microphylla L., Urtica microphylla (L.) Sw.|
|Common Names||Artillery Plant, Gunpowder Plant|
|Native Distribution||Tropical America|
Piles microphylla is very commonly found protruding from concrete gaps along road kerbs or pathways, or other damp areas. It is a succulent herb with a series of larger and tiny leaves with is somewhat obovate in shape.
Pilea microphylla, a very common herb jutting out of concrete gaps.
Varying leaf sizes of the Artillery Plant with the flower clusters.
Male and female flowers, and the fruit are about or less than 1 mm.