Mesophytes are terrestrial plants which are adapted to neither a particularly dry nor particularly wet environment. An example of a mesophytic habitat would be a rural temperate meadow, which might contain Goldenrod, Clover, Oxeye Daisy, and Rosa multiflora.
Mesophytes make up the largest ecological group of terrestrial plants, and usually grow under moderate to hot and humid climatic regions.
Mesophytes do not have any specific morphological adaptations, however they usually have broad, flat and green leaves. Extensive fibrous root system to absorb water. Development of perennating organs such as corms, rhizomes and bulbs to store food and water for use during drought.