Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Brunia noduliflora


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 Brunia noduliflora   Brunia noduliflora
 Brunia noduliflora   Brunia noduliflora
 Brunia noduliflora   Brunia noduliflora
 Brunia noduliflora   Brunia noduliflora

Habitat

Hills and rocky mountain slopes

Altitude

Flowering time

Description

A rounded shrub, resprouting from a persistent root stump. The leaves are stalkless, overlapping, triangular or lance-shaped and 2-3mm long, closely packed together. The large, globular, cream flowerheads are c. 10mm in diameter. The long stamens give the flowers a striking, fluffy appearance. The flowers are arranged in loose, globular clusters at the ends of branches. brunia after Cornelius Brun, apothecary who travelled in Russia and Levant. nodiflora refers to the flower heads being positioned at the nodes or joints

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2017 / 3 / 27