Paraguayan purslane (Portulaca amilis) is a non-native landscape weed indigenous to South America. This weed is toxic to pets and horses, and should be removed from pastureland.
- Scientific Name: Portulaca amilis
- Common Name: Paraguayan purslane
- Seasonality: Warn
- Soil Type: Wet to dry
- Toxicity: Toxic to pets and horses
- Plant Growth: Annual
- UF/IFAS Assessment of Non-Native Plants in Florida's Natural Areas