Glandular-scabrous, glaucous, prostrate, procumbent or ascending perennial herb or subshrub with numerous stems arising from a woody stock. Petioles 2-7 mm long. Leaf-blades suborbicular-reniform, 3-10 (-12) x 4-13 (-17) mm, rounded to obtuse, entire, truncate to shallowly cordate at the base, lateral nerves not clearly visible. Stipules ovate-lanceolate to oblong, 1 mm long, entire, green with a narrow hyaline margin. Flowers solitary. Male flowers: pedicels 2 mm long; sepals resembing the stipules; petals elliptic, shorter than the sepals, whitish; disc-glands peltate, rugulose, scarcely bibbed; anthers 2-lobed, yellow. Female flowers: pedicels 3-5 mm king; sepals lanceolate or linear-lanceolate, 2-2.5 mm long, green with a very narrow hyaline margin; petals minute, subulate; disc-glands oblong, stipitate, thickened and truncate at the apex; ovary 1.5 mm diam., densely glandular-hirtellous; styles bipartite, 0.5 mm long. Fruit depressed-rounded-trigonus, 3-4 mm diam, sparingly glandular-hirtellous. Seeds 1.5 mm, reticulate-foveolate, pale yellowish-brown.