Author: Jan Scholten
English: Rough halgania.
Region: Australia, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, Northern Territory.
Habitat: mallee land; road sides; semi-arid, temperate regions; need reasonable drainage; hardy to moderately heavy frosts and extended dry periods.
Subshrub; creeps underground.
Stem: spreading habit; 20 to 40 cm and 40 cm high, 60 cm wide.
Leaves: 4 to 20 mm long, 20 to 40 mm wide; with appressed hairs on the upper surface and toothed edges.
Inflorescences: terminal throughout the year.
Flowers: deep blue, rarely white.