|Vitex rotundifolia, a
deciduous creeping shrub inhabiting sandy soil on seashores, crawls
on the sandy ground and is erect to 30-70cm in height. The phyllotaxis is opposite; blades with 5-10mm long petioles are 3-6cm
long, 2-4cm wide, broadly ovate or oblong, with tips sharp, bases
circular, margins circular, papery texture, both surfaces with
dense, fine hairs, and with gray-white back surfaces. Branch tips
generate erect panicles and set many pale blue flowers in them.
Bloom time: July-September.