Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Protea scabra


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 Protea scabra   Protea scabra
 Protea scabra   Protea scabra
 Protea scabra   Protea scabra
 Protea scabra   Protea scabra

Habitat

Clayey soil of shale belts

Altitude

low

Flowering time

July to October

Description

Ground-hugging protea growing in limited area. The narrow linear leaves are as the name implies "rough to touch". leaf tufts grow up from subterranean branches each with a small inflorescence in its centre, rust-coloured with creamy inner surfaces.

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 27