Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Kedrostis nana var. nana


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 Kedrostis nana var. nana   Kedrostis nana var. nana
 Kedrostis nana var. nana   Kedrostis nana var. nana
 Kedrostis nana var. nana   Kedrostis nana var. nana
 Kedrostis nana var. nana

Habitat

Coastal bushy areas

Altitude

Flowering time

February and March

Description

Woody stemmed, tuberous climber with angled stems and strong smelling. Leaves heart-shaped,shiny with prominent veins. Small flowers are pale yellow with male flowers in a cluster and female flowers singular on the stem. Curling tendrils. Bright orange fruit.

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 29