पत्थर चट्टा (Trianthema Portulacastrum)
Common Name: Horse purslane Family: Aizoaceae Habit: An annual herb. Stem: A prostrate mat or clump with stems up to a meter long. It is green to red in color, hairless except for small lines of hairs near the leaves, and fleshy. Leaves: Leaves have a small round or oval blades up to 4 cm long borne on short petioles. Flowers: Solitary flowers occur in leaf axils. The flower lacks petals but has purple, petal like sepals. Fruits: Curved, cylindrical capsule emerging from the stem. Seeds: Kidney-shaped, spiral, ended by a beak, 2 mm in diameter.