Botanical name: Angelonia angustifolia 'Alba' Family: Scrophulariaceae (Dog flower family)
White Angelonia is an erect perennial plant with smooth stems and narrow 2-3 in leaves with toothed margins and pointed tips. To some, the leaves smell like apples. The flowers are white, almost an inch across and borne in slender upright spikes to 8 in long, solitary or paired in leaf axils. The flowers bloom over a long period in summer - 4-6 weeks in temperate climates and even longer in zones 9-11. Angelonia is evergreen with soft (not woody) stems and a bushy habit, and gets 12-18 in tall with a spread of about 12 in. Angelonia is native to Mexico and the West Indies. Its propogation is by cutting.
Identification credit: Prashant Awale
The flower labeled White Angelonia is ...