A member of the mint family. Rosemary refers to the shape of the plant and not the scent.
Large shrub, up to 2 m high and 5 m wide.
Dark green leaves with short hairs on the underside. Up to 2 cm long, narrow and pointed and close to the stem. Dense foliage.
2 cm across, forming a fan-shape around the stem. White or pale pruple with reddish and yellow spots near the throat.
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First fully open single flower
Full flowering (record all days)
End of flowering (when 95% of the flowers have faded)
Creeping Myoporum (Myoporum parvifolium) has thicker, broader leaves and flowers March - May and September - November.