Diplomorpha sikokiana is a
shrub growing to 1-2m in height, inhabiting sunny forests in hilly
districts; barks are dark brown and glossy, having dense hairs on
them. Leaves are alternate in a distichous way. Each blade is 1-4cm
in width, in the shape of an ovate, the margin entire, and both
upperside and backside of the leaf have dense adpressed silky hairs.
Flowers, 7-20 in number, attach on branch tops; calyx tubes, about
8mm long, are cleft into 4, the outsides having dense adpressed
hairs. Bloom time: May-June.