We collected seeds from this little beauty in the Tirajana region of Gran Canaria Island. This plant is the naturally occurring hybrid between two species (G. sarcophylla and G. salicina) whose ranges overlap in the area. This is a incredibly unusual and beautiful small dense shrub that grows to 2 feet tall and 5 feet wide with dark olive-green 2 inch long lance shaped leaves. The dark lavender-blue flower buds open in early spring to reveal 1 inch globular flower heads with white petals with lavender blue margins. Stunning! Flowering continues through summer. This plant requires full sun with a well-drained soil and while it is drought tolerant, it looks better with occasional watering. This is truly an unusual plant and a must have for any plant collector.