Swaziland's Flora Database:
Leonotis ocymifolia (Burm.f.) Iwarsson
(name current 2016)
(Leonotis ocymifolia var. raineriana)
Growth form: Herb
Found within protected areas
Description (Compton's Flora of Swaziland*):
Leonotis dysophylla - Tall, erect. Stems and leaves softly grey-velvety-downy. Leaf stalk relatively short, c 2 cm long, blade oval, tapering to tip, margins with many small blunt teeth, base often slightly heart-shaped, up to 8 cm long x 4 cm wide. Inflorescences densely many-flowered, up to 8 cm diam. Calyx very finely downy, lobes rather short, narrowing quickly to short spine; corolla c 3,5 cm long. Leonotis dubia - Erect, up to 3 m high. Stem with four rounded ridges, downy. Leaf stalk c 2 cm long, blade thinly downy on both sides, oval, tapering to tip, margins with many blunt teeth, up to 8 cm long X 4 cm wide. Inflorescences densely many-flowered, up to 8 cm diam. Calyx teeth long-triangular, tapering evenly to sharp spine.
* Where species names have changed, these have been matched according to herbarium specimens quoted in this publication.