Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Erica viscaria subsp. longifolia


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 Erica viscaria subsp. longifolia   Erica viscaria subsp. longifolia
 Erica viscaria subsp. longifolia


Habitat

Sandy mountain slopes

Altitude

Medium

Flowering time

Warm summer months

Description

A lowish, compact bush to a tall willowy plant up to 900 mm high. The leaves are usually long, rigid and sharp-tipped, but they may also be quite short. The fairly tubular flowers (12-22 mm long) are slightly constricted at the mouth and are bunched together at the end of the branches. They range widely in colour from white, yellow, orange, brown, pink, red and purple, as well as being twotoned.

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 22