Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Adenandra brachyphylla


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 Adenandra brachyphylla   Adenandra brachyphylla
 Adenandra brachyphylla   Adenandra brachyphylla


Habitat

Rocky, sandstone slopes

Altitude

Flowering time

July to November

Description

An aromatic plant up to 80cm in height. The leaves have thickened margins and are cordate at the base. The 2-4 flowers on short stalks are in lax subumbels, white to pink in colour and reddish on the reverse. Each stamen is tipped with a stalked gland. From Greek: aden, gland; aner, a man: meaning gland-bearing anthers

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2017 / 3 / 22