Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Bobartia filiformis


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 Bobartia filiformis   Bobartia filiformis
 Bobartia filiformis   Bobartia filiformis
 Bobartia filiformis   Bobartia filiformis
 Bobartia filiformis   Bobartia filiformis

Habitat

Sandy soil in fynbos

Altitude

65m - 1200m

Flowering time

September to December, especially after fire

Description

Plants 15 - 55cm high. Rhizomatous. Leaves subterete to linear. Flowers yellow, enclosed by green spathes, with individual clusters one to few at the branch tips. Bobartia from: Jacob Bobart, d. 1719, first curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden. filiformis - long, slender

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2017 / 3 / 26