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A low or prostrate shrub; young shoots covered with soft down. Leaves roundish to oval, sometimes shallowly lobed, 1⁄2 to 1 in. long, velvety and grey with down, especially beneath. Flowers few and small, produced singly or in short clusters at and near the end of the twigs; corolla widely bell-shaped, about 1⁄8 in. long and broad, pinkish white, enclosing the glabrous style. Fruit white, globose, about 1⁄4 in. wide.
Native of California; distinct and interesting for its decumbent habit and densely downy leaves.