- Scientific Name: Agapetes mannii Hemsl.
- Ref: Gard. Chron., ser. 3, 12:364. 1892
- Synonym: Agapetes yunnanensis Franch.
- Chinese Common Name: 白花树萝卜 báihuā shù∙luóbo
- Family: Ericaceae
- Genus: Agapetes
- Distribution: Evergreen forests, sometimes epiphytic on Quercus, dry slopes, dry cliff ledges, humus-covered boulders, rocks; 1400–3100(–3600) m. Yunnan [NE India (Khasi hills), Myanmar, Thailand].
- Photo: 04/07/2012, Mt. Gaoligong, Yunan
Shrubs 0.3–0.6(–1) m tall. Rootstock tuberous. Twigs terete, 1–1.8 mm in diam., densely puberulous when young, hairs in small groups. Leaves crowded; petiole ca. 2 mm, densely puberulous; leaf blade obovate, elliptic, or spatulate, 1.1–2.5 × 0.5–1.1 cm, leathery, abaxially glabrous, adaxially puberulous on midvein, otherwise glabrous, sometimes slightly transversely bullate, secondary veins 3 or 4 pairs, barely conspicuous, base cuneate, margin recurved, entire, with 1, rarely 2 subbasal glands per side, apex rounded, emarginate. Flowers solitary or 2 together. Pedicel 4–8 mm, glabrous, not swollen. Calyx tube 1.5–2 mm, densely puberulous or glabrous; limb divided ca. 1/2; lobes subtriangular, ca. 1 mm. Corolla white or greenish white, tubular, 1.1–1.5 cm, glabrous; lobes erect or ?recurved, triangular, ca. 2 mm. Filaments ca. 8 mm, densely woolly; anthers ca. 6 mm, tubules ca. as long as thecae, with 2 erect spurs. Berry greenish white, when mature bright red to purple, globose, 0.5–1.1 cm in diam. Fl. (May–)Jun–Sep, fr. (Aug–)Oct–Nov. (Flora of China)