Cyanothamnus ramosus ssp anethifolius

Meaning of name: Cyanothamnus is from the Greek words cyano, meaning blue, and thamnos, meaning bush or shrub. Ramosa is from the Latin word ramosus, meaning much branched. Anethifolius is from the Latin words anethum, meaning anise, and folius, meaning leafed.

Distribution: Occurs from Murchison River to Cape Le Grand.

Remarks: A perennial to 30 centimetres tall. The blue flowers are produced from July to October.

References: Florabase https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/50123

Western Australian Plant Names and their Meanings, a Glossary. FA Sharr. 1996.
Flora of the Perth Region. NG Marchant, JR Wheeler, BL Rye, EM Bennett, NS Lander, TD Macfarlane. 1987.