Cyanotis axillaris (L.) D.Don ex Sweet
Sweet, R. (1826) Sweet's Hortus Britannicus Edn. 1 1: 430.
Fleshy to succulent annual herb with erect or creeping branched stems, 30-40 cm long, rooting at the nodes.
Flowers enclosed in a large floral leaf. Cincinni reduced, in axillary fascicles of 3-6 flowers; peduncle absent; bracts about 10 mm. Sepals linear-spatulate, 6-9 mm, with long cilia, abaxially hirsute. Outer perianth segments connate at base, narrowly oblong tonarrowly triangular, 5-10 mm long. Tube of inner perianth segments slender, cylindrical, 6-12 mm long, longer than the outer segments. Petals blue to pale mauve, 10-12 mm. Filaments blue lanate, thickened above a dense tuft of hairs .
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