Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Tritoniopsis antholyza


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 Tritoniopsis antholyza   Tritoniopsis antholyza
 Tritoniopsis antholyza   Tritoniopsis antholyza
 Tritoniopsis antholyza   Tritoniopsis antholyza

Habitat

Rocky sandstone slopes

Altitude

Flowering time

November - April

Description

Plants to 90cm high. Stem unbranched. Corm depressed-globose with tunics of coarse fibres usually extending upward in a neck. Leaves lanceolate to linear, 3-6 veined. Flowers crowded in a dense, more or less two-ranked spike, tubular, salmon-pink to red; perianth tube 25-30cm long, tepals unequal, dorsal largest, lower tepals often with dark streaks. Bracts green or becoming dry. Tritoniopsis (Snake Flower) = resembling Tritonia

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2017 / 3 / 27