These flora (3 ft tall and about 5 cm wide) are found mainly in uncultivated grasslands, gardens and natural forests. Its has a bright blue flower with a powdery white line searing through the middle of each of its five petals. Its roots produce a vivid red dye and its quantities increase during the Tria semester. To obtain this dye a crushing process is followed, mulching down the roots until the red dye seep out from the root nodules.
Not officially edible though it is eaten by fauna and not deemed toxic.