Stevia serrata, or Saw-Tooth Candyleaf, is a close relative to the plant that makes the sugar-substitute Stevia. This sweet plant can be found in many disturbed areas as well as oak-grasslands and pine woodlands. It grows between 5000-8000 ft in elevation and to be between 1 to 3 feet tall. Stevia serrata has clustered white or light rose flowers that bloom between July and October. Enjoys warm temperatures and some humidity.
Saw-Tooth Candyleaf, Stevia serrata