|Etymology||Genus||Broom-like; likely referring to the flowers|
|Species||Sweet or tender; reference to plant unknown|
|Synonyms||Capraria dulcis (L.) Kuntze|
|Common Names||Sweet Broom Weed|
|Native Distribution||Tropical America|
Scoparia dulcis is a herb of about 30cm high, found in lawns, scrublands, or concretised areas. The leaves have serrated margins halfway towards the tip. The plant flowers and fruits perpetually, so it is not difficult identify using the floral characteristics.
Lush growth of the Sweet Broom Weed in a concretised canal.
The leaves, flower, and globose fruits.
White flower with numerous hairs.