Thanks. Hopefully someone can help. It is a small bush, up to two feet high that I have seen. Upright growth, a little like a Lavender, but sparsley foliated. The leaves are up to 30mm long 10mm wide, usually smaller, oval shape, smooth but not glossy, with only the slightest hint of serrated edges if you look extremly closley. Medium olivy green in colour with visable veins slightly yellow in colour. Underside of leaf slightly lighter in colour. Flowers pink/purple in colour, tiny about 4mm long, tubular shaped with an extended bottom lip, sort of like a tiny orchid flower.Stamens extend outside of the flower. Flowers grow in a sparse cluster at the tips of branches. Leaves grow in an opposing fashon on the branches. Bark is light brown/ grey, slightly rough. Most leaves occur towards top of the plant. Smells like sambuca when crushed. Hope that is enough. I will try to get some pics... just have to find a camera.
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on Sat Nov 20, 2010 12:01 pm, edited 1 time in total.