Mimulus gracillis is a very slender shrublet, up to 50cm, that normally occurs between grasses in damp places. Stems branch from the base. Flowers are solitary, borne on axillary long pedicels and are white with yellow spots in the throat. Although the flowers are quite small, it is very floriferous. Cut back in autumn.
Grow Mimulus gracillis amongst grasses in a damp spot.