But it's so pretty in bloom!
Moreover, it's God's gift to medicine. It's in a group of oxidole alkaloids with immune-stimulant and antileukemic properties, and its quinovic acid glycosides have documented anti-inflammatory and antiviral actions. It also has antioxidant chemicals and immunostimulant, anti-inflammatory, anticancerous, and cell-repairing properties.
Scientifically speaking: also known as ancaria tomentosa and in Spanish as Uña de Gato.