Published in Cult. Prot. 49 in 1809.
One of the rarest species yet known, discovered by Mr. F. Masson. Stem 2 and 3 feet high, much branched. Leaves 2 to 3 lines broad, 1 to 1 1/2 inch long, glaucous, close to one another, spatulated-lanceolate, somewhat acute, smooth. Heads of Flowers cernuous. Bractes smooth.
Listed as Unplaced in PlantList and no further information found.