Parahebe spathulata

Parahebe spathulata photographed at Tongariro National Park, North Island, New Zealand

Parahebe spathulata is an evergreen, bushy subshrub that forms a low cushions of grey foliage up to 10 in (25 cm) across. The tiny rounded hairy leaves are 0.1–0.4 in (2–10 mm) across. White flowers in clusters of 2–7 on short stems; summer.

Parahebe spathulata is found in the screes and solidified lava of mountains in the central volcanic plateau, North Island, New Zealand.

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