Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Leucadendron linifolium


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 Leucadendron linifolium   Leucadendron linifolium
 Leucadendron linifolium   Leucadendron linifolium
 Leucadendron linifolium   Leucadendron linifolium
 Leucadendron linifolium   Leucadendron linifolium

Habitat

level sandy soil from coastal deposits

Altitude

Low

Flowering time

September

Description

Shrubs, sometimes up to 2m, have numerous scattered erect slender branches. Shorter foliage is glabrous and fleshy while longer leaves are conspicuously twisted. The twist is not noticeable in the Hermanus form . The male produces small yellow flowers with yeasty smell, while female cones are globose and grey. The first 6 photos are the female plant. The 7th photo is the male plant

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 27