Botanical name: Plectranthus coleoides
Plectranthus coleoides is a perennial Evergreen, native to Eastern Australia.
Commonly known as "incense" because of the aroma issued, this variety tends to fall from the upright, not exceeding 30 cm in height.
The oval leaves are tomentose and light green with white margins. Flowering is between spring and summer, mauve or white.
The smell emanating from the plant should act as an insect repellent.