Hatishura, Indian heliotrope, Heliotropium indicum
Heliotropium indicum is originally from South America. It has become naturalized in the tropical and sub-tropical world.
Flowers of heliotropium indicum bloom mainly in August to September. It has numerous small white or pale violet flowers with a green calyx; five stamens borne on a corolla tube; a terminal style; and a four-lobed ovary.
It is considered as a weed of fields and pastures throughout the temperate world. It grows abundantly in fallow lands in Bangladesh.