Botanical name: Barleria lawii Family: Acanthaceae (Acanthus family)
Synonyms: Barleria beddomei, Barleria sepalosa
Law's Barleria is a branched perennial herb, growing up to 1-2 m tall, with many spreading branches. Oppositely arranged, sharp-tipped elliptic leaves are 10-15 cm long. Leaf stalks are short, 6-9 mm. White flowers occur either solitary in leaf axils or in panicles at the end of branches. Flowers are 7-10 cm long, with the tube 5-7 cm. Upper lip is divided into 4 oblong lobes. The lower lip is oblong, 3 cm. Flowers have exactly 2 stamens. Flowering: September-November.
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