|Singapore Daisy, Sphagneticola trilobata, Wedelia lobata
Found this plant/flower growing wildly at the beach in Negros. I didn't know the name until recently when I saw it as a ground-cover at a riverbank park. The park caretaker told me it's called Singapore Daisy, and it is considered a weed. A South American native, it is now common in the tropical and sub-tropical areas. Singapore Daisy is deliberately planted as roadside and embankment stabilizer. It forms dense infestations along undisturbed edges of rainforests and coastal areas.
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A weed is but an unloved flower. ~ Ella Wheeler Wilcox