Rubia peregrina is a Evergreen Perennial up to 0.10 metres tall.
It is harvested from the wild for local use as a medicine and source of materials..
The stem is woody, hairless, square and climbing and reaches on average 50–250 centimetres (20–98 in) long. The evergreen leaves are sessile, glossy, leathery, oval-lanceolate and toothed on the margins. They are arranged in whorls, usually with five or more leaves radiating from a single node. The small flowers have five petals and are pale green-yellowish, about 5–7 mm in diameter, arranged at the top of long stalks. The flowering period extends from April through June. The hermaphroditic flowers are pollinated by insects (entomogamy). The fruits are fleshy green berries, black when ripe, about 5 mm (0.20 in) in diameter
This plant is useful.
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