Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Aneilema biflorum is a perennial herb in the family. It grows in moist and shaded places, often near streams in eastern . A ground covering plant, growing to 20 cm tall. White flowers occur between December and March. The wrinkled fruit is flattened, 4 mm long, with pale grey seeds. The flowers of Commelinaceae are ephemeral, lack , and offer only pollen as a reward to their pollinators. Most species are bisexual, meaning each flower contains male and female organs, or andromonoecious, meaning that bisexual and male flowers occur on the same plant. Floral may be accompanied by variable length, length and/or curvature, or number and/or position. Species tend to have specific flowering seasons, though local environmental factors tend to effect exact timing, sometimes considerably.