Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Leucospermum truncatulum


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 Leucospermum truncatulum   Leucospermum truncatulum
 Leucospermum truncatulum   Leucospermum truncatulum
 Leucospermum truncatulum   Leucospermum truncatulum
 Leucospermum truncatulum

Habitat

Sandy acid soil

Altitude

Low

Flowering time

August to December

Description

A single-stemmed, sparsely branched, erect shrub up to 2 m. The elliptic leaves (10-25 mm long, 5-10 mm wide) are densely hairy and overlap each other on the stems. Small, yellow flowers (20 mm wide) occur in clusters of two to eight and become crimson when mature.

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 27