Domin, Biblthca Bot. 89:1146, pl. 36:fig. 11 (1929) subsp. rosulata.
Synonymy: N. suaveolens Lehm. var. rosulata S. Moore, J. Linn. Soc. (Bot.) 34:206 (1899); N. stenocarpa H. Wheeler, Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 18:61 (1935).
Common name: None
Herb to 0.8 m high, rarely more, pubescent basally with non-glandular hairs; stems glabrescent; leaves all or mostly radical, with narrowly-winged petioles to 8 cm long; lamina to 15 rarely 21 cm long, elliptic, occasionally ovate or spathulate or narrowly so, upper leaves lanceolate to linear.
inflorescence few-branched, paniculate, pubescent with glandular hairs; calyx usually 8-15 mm long; corolla tube 25-37 rarely 45 mm long, 1-2 mm wide at the top of the calyx; limb 7-25 mm diam., lobes emarginate; upper 4 stamens almost level or in pairs of slightly unequal length.
Capsule 7-16 mm long, ellipsoid or narrowly so; seeds 0.7-1.1 mm long, reniform or angled; testa irregularly honeycombed or wrinkled.
Horton (1981) J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 3:32, fig. 11a.
Grows mostly in sandy areas, often along creeklines under trees.
Flowering time: Aug. — Sept.
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