Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Satyrium humile


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 Satyrium humile

Habitat

Stony sandstone slopes or among rocks

Altitude

150-1500m

Flowering time

September to October especially after fire

Description

Slender plant up to 40cm tall. Leaves usually two, spreading near the ground, with abrupt transition to conspicuous tubular, slender sheaths above. Minutely hairy edged bracts are sharply down flexed. Flowers pale cream tinged with with green, pink or brown in rather a loose spike, often sweet-scented. Spurs slender, 12-26mm long and diverging or spreading away from the ovary.

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2017 / 3 / 22