Family: Boraginaceae (Borago family).
Occurrence: Scattered. Sweet Hound's-tongue is the more common species.
Sweet Hound's-tongue differs from Austral Hound's-tongue in that Sweet Hounds's-tongue has small leaves (bracts) growing from the base of the flower stalks. Nor do its seeds have a winged rim.
Photo 1: Austral Hound's-tongue. Herbarium specimen. The upper flowers do not have small leaves at the base. Redesdale.
2: Sweet Hounds-tongue. Castlemaine. Flower stalks have small leaves at the base. 3: Mt Tarrengower.