Thanks for posting two separate plants...
BUT THEY BOTHE are the same, I think...
There seems to be much heterogeneity in the leaf structure... shape,
color veins ... google images of e. heterophylla shows that.
variation... may be related to growing conditions...
All green poinsettia in India growing by the road side or in your well
tended garden plots are volunteers.... ie mexican plant gone
wild /// weedy in India... I have photographed some in one well
tended turmeric plot one summer at the Hort, Calcutta. Will post
when I find them...
PS please make your Id line unique... atleast add your initials and
the date you submit it...
that's being nice to Mr. Garg and to whoever works on the database...
On Aug 31, 8:51 pm, Neha Singh <neha.vind...@gmail.com
> Thanks Dr. Phadke and Dr.Balkar.
> Yes, as Phadke sir said, it is a common weed here.
> I also found another *wild poinsettia *plant but with different
> leaves.(attaching the new pic)
> Date- 16th Aprl 2011.
> habitat- Wild.
> Wild Poinsettia, Wild spurge (2).JPG