Stiff Western Rosemary
The plant is a very common low erect shrub usually dome shaped and growing to about 1m diameter. Leaves are small, dark green and terete with a sharp point and occur in groups of three around the stem. Flowers are white with four long petals, usually one of them is two lobed. The unlobed petals have purplish dots. There are four protruding stamens. Flowers profusely in summer most years.
Closeup of flowers showing normal petal arrangement
Closeup of Flowers and Leaves
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