Asyneuma limonifolium subsp. limonifolium (L.) Janch., 1906
Common names: Aσύνευμα το λεμονόφυλλον [Gr]
Mount Spil, MANİSA ● Turkey
Description: Perennial, erect or ascending plant 10-100 cm. The stems are usually simple, papillose or with short hairs, rarely glabrous.
Most grey-green leaves are basal, 3-6 cm long, oblong to narrowly lanceolate, with entire margins, wavy and hairy.
The purple five-stellate blue flowers about 1 cm long are disposed in dense spike-like racemes. The corolla lobes are 8-9 x l.5 mm.
Biology: Flowering from June to August.
Habitat: Rocky calcareous soils.
Distribution: South-Eastern Italy, Balkan peninsula, Turkey.
Alpine Garden Society
Euro Mediterranean PlantBase
Herbarium of Van Lake Basin