Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Corymbium glabrum var. glabrum


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 Corymbium glabrum var. glabrum   Corymbium glabrum var. glabrum
 Corymbium glabrum var. glabrum   Corymbium glabrum var. glabrum


Habitat

Rocky sandstone slopes

Altitude

Flowering time

November to January

Description

Plant up to 60cm tall. Leaves are smooth, broad, strongly-veined and sword-shaped. The stem and bracts are smooth. The flowers are pink or white in laxish flower heads on different planes. From Latin glaber meaning glabrous; smooth, hairless

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2017 / 3 / 27