Creeping Brightfig


Creeping Brightfig

Lampranthus reptans

Scientific name

A ground creeping succulent with a bright yellow or white flower (?) found in full sun in acid sandy soils in the flats.

For visual appeal, plant en masse with L. multiradiatus, L. hoerleinianus and L. aureus as well as Lampranthus affinis. Suitable for slopes and rock gardens.

Grow from seeds in winter or summer, take cuttings after fruiting. Add bonemeal or compost to ensure health.

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Seedbank Quantity
Arundel Seedbank 200
Total 200
Nursery Quantity
Arundel Nursery 8
Fynbos Life 4
Total 12

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Important characteristics

Conservation status: Near Threatened

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

Lampranthus reptans is indigenous to: Cape Flats Sand Fynbos

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