AppearanceIt is a very viscous perennial sub-shrub, with a robust stem, branches up to 60 centimetres decumbent or ascending, occasionally subsessile plants. Rosette-shaped leaves up to 22 centimetres in diameter with loose, subtle young leaves. Leaves up to 12 by 5 centimetres yellowish-green, usually with brownish stripes near the apex glabrous, ciliated margins with few or numerous thin single-celled hairs. Inflorescences very loose, remotely branched, up to 40 by 45 centimetres Petals 5–7 millimetres, golden yellow, usually with red stripes abaxially.
DistributionThe species is endemic to Madeira Island and Deserta Grande Island part of the Madeira Archipelago.
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