Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Corymbium congestum


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Habitat

A montane species occurring on damp sandstone slopes and gullies

Altitude

Flowering time

November to February

Description

Plant up to 30cm. The leaves are 15-25mm wide, rough and slightly sticky. The stem is sandpapery to the touch and sticky and bears mauve to pink branching racemes of flowerheads on different planes. The bracts are rough and sticky. From the Greek corymbos, a cluster or corymb, indicating the flat-topped or rounded- clustered flower heads.

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2017 / 3 / 27