Heliotropium floridum (DC.) Clos - syn.Heliotropium floridum var. latifolium Phil.; Cochranea florida Miers - Boraginaceae
Palo negro, Palito negro (span.)

Decumbent shrub, 30-60cm tall, very branchy, densely leafy to the apex, endemic to the coastal zone of Chile between Caldera and Huasco; leaves sessile, oblong or linear-lanceolate, variable in size, margins revolute; flowers white with orange and purple center.

The flower scent of H.floridum consists of methyl benzoate (56%), benzaldehyde (14%), (E)-ocimene (13%), methyl angelate (4.6%), methyl phenylacetate (2.4%), methyl cinnamate (1.8%), phenylacetaldehyde (2.1%), limonene (0.7%), Germacrene D (0.5%), (Z)-3-hexenyl acetate (0.8%), and α-Pinene (0.5%).
[Aromas florales de cuatro especies de Heliotropium (Boraginaceae) endémicas de Chile: un análisis comparativo. Echeverría, J., Niemeyer, H., Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas, Vol.13(2), 2014, 171-177]

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