you know that the flowers of Chocolate flower emit a rich cocoa scent?
Chocolate flower - Berlandiera lyrata
Berlandiera lyrata, with the common names chocolate flower, chocolate daisy, or lyreleaf greeneyes, is a North American species of flowering plant in the sunflower family. The common name lyreleaf greeneyes is a reference to the shape of the leaf, which is curved like a lyre and the green disc which is left behind when the ray florets drop off which is thought to look like an eye.
The name chocolate flower comes from it's flowers witch emit a rich cocoa scent.
Genus name (Berlandiera) honors Jean-Louis Berlandier (1805-1851),
French-Swiss botanist and physician, who collected plants in Texas and Mexico in the early 1800s.
Specific epithet ( lyrata) means lyre-like in reference to the leaf shape.