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This shrub grows about one meter tall and has persistent, woody branches. The leaves are evergreen; the bottom of the leaves is covered with rusty-colored scale glands. The funnel- to bell-shaped flowers sit in an umbellate raceme. The calyx is five-jagged.
This plant thrives in thin mountain forests and on lime-deficient short grass meadows at altitudes of 1,500 to 2,800 meters.