A plant of the mallow family, native to tropical and warm regions.
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- ‘Especially prized unusual plants such as crested sida, hairy wachendorfia, Norfolk-island lagunaea, prickly-leaved massonia, sweet-scented tritonia, and winged-podded sophora.’
- ‘There is a big weed problem here, where there's thousands of acres, hectares of fields just supporting woody perennial weeds, sida and hyptis being among the worst of them.’
Modern Latin, from Greek sidē ‘pomegranate tree’, also ‘water lily’.
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