Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Brunia laevis


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 Brunia laevis   Brunia laevis



Habitat

Rocky sandstone and limestone slopes, usually found at higher altitudes than Brunia nodiflora

Altitude

Flowering time

August to February

Description

A rounded, grey looking shrub up to 1m, resprouting from a fire resistant rootstock. Leaves are oblong, 3-5mm long, incurved at the ends, and with minute hairs on the upper surface. Striking globular, cream flowers can be 15-20 mm in diameter, and are arranged in loose clusters.

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2017 / 3 / 29