Pogogyne zizyphoroides is an aromatic annual herb growing erect, its sturdy stem topped with a rounded, headlike inflorescence or interrupted series of two or more clusters.
Some flowers also emerge at the leaf axils. The tubular, lipped flower is under a centimeter long and purple in color, sometimes with white in the throat. Each flower is surrounded by long, hairy green sepals.
- Jepson Manual Treatment of Pogogyne zizyphoroides
- USDA Plants Profile for Pogogyne zizyphoroides
- Pogogyne zizyphoroides — UC Photo gallery
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