Description from Flora of China
Cheiranthus parryoides Kurz ex J. D. Hooker & T. Anderson in J. D. Hooker, Fl. Brit. India 1: 132. 1872.
Plants 9-25 cm tall; caudex often stout, woody, few branched, covered with petiolar bases of previous years. Trichomes short-stalked, dendritic. Stems erect, simple from caudex, tomentose. Basal leaves rosulate; petiole (0.5-)0.8-2(-4) cm, basally ciliate, becoming thickened and often subcorky, to 4 mm wide at base; leaf blade narrowly oblanceolate or linear, (0.5-)1-2.5(-4) cm × 1-4 mm, canescent, finely tomentose, base attenuate, margin entire, apex obtuse. Cauline leaves absent. Racemes (15-)20-35-flowered, ebracteate. Fruiting pedicels divaricate-ascending, straight, 0.8-2.5 cm, tomentose. Sepals oblong, 3-3.5 × 1-1.5 mm, tomentose, persistent, margin membranous. Petals lavender or purplish, obovate, 7-9 × 3-4 mm, apex obtuse; claw 3-4 mm. Filaments purple, median pairs 2.5-4 mm, lateral pair ca. 2 mm; anthers oblong, 0.7-0.9 mm. Immature fruit linear, ca. 2 cm × 2 mm, flattened, sessile, subcontorted, constricted between seeds; valves finely tomentose; style 1-1.5 mm; stigma capitate, entire. Mature seeds not seen. Fl. Jun-Aug.
The illustration of Phaeonychium parryoides in FRPS is based on a plant of P. jafrii, but the trichomes were erroneously drawn.
After publication of the family treatment for the Flora of China, this was treated as Solms-laubachia parryoides (Kurz ex Hook. f. & T. Anderson) D. German & Al-Shehbaz (Nordic J. Bot. 28: 650. 2010).
Dry hillsides; 3300-4200 m. Xizang [Kashmir].