Dyschoriste fischeri is a small shrub, subshrub, shrublet or dwarf shrub. All these terms are used in the literature to describe small bushy plants with woody bases and or stems like this one. This species grows in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Zimbabwe.
The genus is a big and widespread one, having species in Asia, Africa and the Americas. The seven South African species are mainly growing north of the Vaal River.
Note the blue lines on the corolla of these flowers (Letty, 1962).