Dyschoriste rogersii is a small, hairy shrub of the northern parts of South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. The leaves are opposite, wavy, grey-green and ovate, with (almost) entire margins tapering towards the base. The calyx has five pointed and hairy lobes that clasp the narrow corolla tube. The corolla is two-lipped with three lower and two upper lip lobes. The middle one of the lower lip lobes has somewhat irregular purple lines down its length and the lobe edges are scalloped, also purple edged on the lower middle one. Two of the four anthers are visible outside the corolla tube (www.sntc.org.sz).