Malpighia coccigera Linn
Malpighia coccigera discovered by Marcello Malpighi Linn, an expert knowledge of Italy (1628-1693). Plants from the West Indies is thriving in all types of soil, especially on clay. Malpighia coccigera Linn often found as a hedge or ornamental plants to a height of 800 m above sea level. Shrubs with a height of 0.5 to 2.5 m has a branch sticking straight, full of leaves so that it looks lush. Single leaf, located opposite, oval shape with a rounded base, the edges are scalloped to resemble the spines, the length of 1-2 cm, thick skin, surface shiny, dark green color. Interest in the armpit, it's white. Hard fruits (1-2 pieces), the amount of about 1 cm, stemmed, red color, and seed.