| Cressa cretica, Convolvulaceae, Cressa truxillensis, Jacquemontia, Bonamia|Cressa (plant) Wikipedia
Cressa is a genus of plants in the morning glory family known generally as alkaliweeds. These plants are native to the tropical and subtropical areas of the world. They are clumpy and low-growing but usually have erect stems covered white-haired, green leaves. They produce tiny white flowers about half a centimeter across.
There are four species in the genus.
Species include:Cressa australis