Prostanthera is a genus of about 90 species which occur only here in Australia. Commonly known as 'mint bush' because of the aromatic foliage of many species.
The flowers, which appear in profuse sprays, are about 20 mm long and white or pale lilac, with purple and orange blotches in the throat. They appear in late spring and summer. The toothed leaves are 4 to 12 cm and about 15 mm wide.
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