Perennial, trailing herb with fine hairs. Roots at nodes. Stems horizonatal to 50 mm.
Height to 8 cm, spreads to 30 cm
Leaves are egg-shaped growing opposite. up to 30mm long. Edges are rounded teeth with apex pointer. Deeply veined. Hairy. Dark green colour
4 petal flower in loose cluster of up to 10 flowers on upper part of stem. Colour blue-mauve, Darker vein-like markings.
October to December
Broad egg shaped to 5 mm long with dense fine hairs.
Naturally occurring plants in moist woodland and forest. Shaded.
Common, not threatened
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