February to May.
A sprawling annual with bristly
basally branched ridged stems. Leaves ovate with bristly
whitish pustules. Fowers 5-merous, sulphur-yellow, the
throat of the tube being closed by 5 brownish scales, which
distinguishes this species from the related Nonea
philistea and Nonea ventricosa.
Common on hillsides and waste
Note the pustules on the leaves
and the ribbing on the stems