This perennial herb measuring between 10-15 cm
high, procumbent, with flower heads held on erect stems, sparsely branched and
Found flowering in late winter to spring, mainly after rain. These were found
growing on low land off the Stuart Highway, south of Alice Springs, on stony
The flower here were a pink to purplish hue. The leaves are oblanceolate or
Other similar species found in NT include Streptoglossa adscendens (Desert
Daisy) and Steptoglossa decurrens/odora.