Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Tritoniopsis triticea


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 Tritoniopsis triticea   Tritoniopsis triticea
 Tritoniopsis triticea   Tritoniopsis triticea
 Tritoniopsis triticea   Tritoniopsis triticea
 Tritoniopsis triticea   Tritoniopsis triticea

Habitat

Rocky granite and sandstone slopes

Altitude

15-1000 m

Flowering time

Mainly February to April

Description

Plants 50-90cm high. Corm depressed-globose with tunics of coarse fibres. Leaves linear, three-veined, with a long, cylindrical, false petiole (leaf stalk), usually dry at flowering. Flowers in a dense spike, scarlet-red, perianth tube 25-30mm long, tepals unequal. Bracts dry. Tritoniopsis = resembling Tritonia

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 22