In coastal scrub on roadside bank
Unlike most scree plants, it possesses green leaves.
Stout, and tightly clung to gaps in the rocks.
Leaves are curled around their mid-vein with notches in the margin.
Single budding flower head.
On schist rock outcrop. Something in the Melicytus alpinus aggregrate.
Violaceae /vaɪəˈleɪsiː/ (alternatively Alsodeiaceae J.G.Agardh, Leoniaceae DC. and Retrosepalaceae Dulac) is a family of flowering plants consisting of about 800 species in 21 genera. It takes its name from the genus Viola, the violets and pansies.