A species widespread in southern South America, is a common plant and one of the most fragrant and easy to cultivate species. Grows in tangled clusters with silvery, eight to twelve-inch leaves. The inflorescence has a cluster of short branches and bears many purple, highly fragrant flowers. Grow mounted in a breezy spot.
The T. streptocarpa (large form) seems to be an excellent specimen - good size and condition. I have it mounted and anxiously anticipate blooming.