Babiana sambucina #1
Best viewed @ large size Iridaceae - Western Cape Province, South Africa Baboon Flower Shown: Detail of flowers and foliage "Babiana Ker Gawler (pronounced /ˌbæbiˈænə/)...is a genus of flowering plants in the Family Iridaceae composed of about 80 species. Most of these species (about 49) are found in the southwestern Cape of Africa, with the remainder distributed in Namaqualand and Northern Cape Province. The native range of the genus is from southern Namibia to the Eastern Cape to southern…
Babiana Ker Gawler is a genus of flowering plants in the family Iridaceae composed of about 80 species. Most of these species are found in the southwestern Cape, with the remainder distributed in Namaqualand and Northern Cape Province. Babiana corms are supposed to be easy to grow. BEAUTIFUL CONTRAST COLOURS!
Muiria hortenseae. Muiria are endemic to the Western Cape Province, South Africa on very saline gravel hills. These unusual plants have solitary bodies of leaf pairs that curve inward. They have velvety leaves which are sheathed in dormancy. The summer flowers are white to purple. These plants like lots of sun and clay soil. They do best with some water during their growing season but less after the flowers change colour then water sparingly over summer.
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Erica bauera flowers
Erica bauera flowers (fynbos) from the Western Cape, South Africa (Winter 2008). Common Name: Bridal Heath Best viewed LARGE. Martin - Administrator of: Stapeliad & Asclepiad Group All things beautiful in Nature Group Succulent Treasures of the Desert Group The World Up-Close (Nature Macro) Group