Muhlenbergia 3: 144 (1908) APNI
Perennial shrub 1–2(–3) m high; branches with minute appressed white or grey hairs. Leaves lanceolate, oblong to elliptic, 3–9 cm long, 1.5–2 cm wide, apex acute to obtuse, base attenuate, margin crenulate, surfaces hoary, with sessile glands; petioles 0.5–2 cm long. Inflorescence thryse-like, cymes 4–12-flowered; bracts ovate to lanceolate, apex acute, c. third to equal to calyx. Calyx c. 4 mm long (5–7 mm long in fruit), obscurely 10-veined, hoary, densely covered with yellow sessile glands, adaxial lip usually wholly united, occasionally shallowly 3-toothed; corolla white, sometimes pale lavender, 12–22 mm long; stamens exserted above adaxial lip of corolla. Recorded flowering in Victoria in June.
Native to southwestern U.S.A. and northwestern Mexico.
Recorded in Victoria at Howmans Gap near Falls Creek. This population of four plants was eradicated.
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