This unusual low shrub can be found in the understorey between about 700 to 1200m where it often masquerades as a small eucalypt. Its blue-grey
, rounded leaves are in pairs, fused around the upright stems. Bright
blue or mauve-blue flowers have 4 petals and are about 2cm across.
Flowering start in November and ends in January.
The main flower colour is blue. Also known as Derwentia perfoliata; previously known as Parahebe perfoliata
Created: 28 Feb 2015 - Member - John and Val
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