Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Corymbium africanum subsp. scabridum var. scabridum


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 Corymbium africanum subsp. scabridum var.  scabridum   Corymbium africanum subsp. scabridum var.  scabridum
 Corymbium africanum subsp. scabridum var.  scabridum   Corymbium africanum subsp. scabridum var.  scabridum


Habitat

Altitude

Flowering time

October to January

Description

A plant up to 30cm. The narrow harsh leaves are up to 20cm long and have a tuft of woolly hairs at the base. The flower stem has a fine sandpapery feel, the bracts are sticky and slightly sandpapery. The purple, pink or white flowers are usually grouped together in flat heads. Seldom blooms except after veld fires, when it is profuse. From the Greek: korumbos, a cluster; the inflorescence is a corymb scaber = scabrous, ie. the rough or gritty touch of the stem and leaves

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2017 / 3 / 26