Tajine blanco is a Canarian endemism found on the islands of Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
It is a shrub with ample branches that can grow to two metres in height.
It is characterised by lance-shaped leaves with small tags spaced along the edges and the main nerve.
The most striking feature is the dense inflorescence with a conical shape, which can be enjoyed throughout the year.
It has a high ornamental value, often used in gardens on the islands. They are a protected species at the regional level.