Turnera ulmifolia is a plant with a synonym L T, subulata JESmith Turneraceae and included in the family. Turnera ulmifolia L found growing wild in a vacant lot, edge drains, and generally grow in groups. Plant that comes from the West Indies can be found at an altitude of 10-250 m above sea level, in places exposed to direct sunlight or a little sheltered. Root length of 0.3 to 0.8 m. Flowers bloom around 8 o'clock in the morning and wilt at about 12 noon. Petals oval shaped breech, the base brown, yellow on it. Wide egg-shaped fruit, with more than 30 seeds.
Leaves and stems contain saponins and polyphenols. The leaves also contain flavonoids.