Lampranthus filicaulis


Lampranthus filicaulis

Lampranthus filicaulis

Scientific name

From: Field guide to Fynbos (John Manning):

Mat-forming perennial to 10 cm with leaves crowded at the branch tips and curving inwards with the tips curved back, to 25x3 mm; bears solitary, rose to magenta flowers to 20mm in diameter.

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Image credit: Guus Hoekman
We currently have no seeds of this species in our seedbanks. Do you have any seeds or do you know where we can get some? Get in touch!

This table below shows how many plants we are trying to obtain for this species.

Site Area Quantity
Site #65 Rondebosch 50
Total 50

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Important characteristics

Conservation status: Vulnerable

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

Lampranthus filicaulis is indigenous to: Cape Flats Sand Fynbos

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