Tiquilia canescens Ojo de Perro
SUBSHRUB. A low, grayish green, velvety-looking shrub.
Identify by tiny sessile pointed oval leaves that are thickly covered with
downy white hairs on both sides. White, pink, or pale lavender flowers,
less than 1 cm. in diameter, bloom in April and after summer rains.
Plants may drop most of their leaves in extreme drought. In the Empires,
abundant on limestone hillsides or mixed gravel slopes.
FAMILY: Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not Family)