Tetraclaea coulteri Wrinklefruit
PERENNIAL. Leaves opposite, oval, slightly fuzzy, with a few
shallow teeth and prominent veins. Flowers creamy yellow, washed
with pink or purple on the backs, with stamens longer than the corolla.
Blooms at night, April-May. Flowers may remain open on cloudy days.
In the Empires, rare along small washes in semi-shade.
FAMILY: Verbenaceae (Vervain Family)