Ruschia geminiflora

Ruschia geminiflora

Ruschia geminiflora

Scientific name

This species is listed as vulnerable.

15 small, severely fragmented subpopulations remain after >80% of this species' habitat has been transformed by crop cultivation, urban and coastal development and alien plant invasion and decline is continuing

Purple flowers with white colours near the centre.

References and further reading

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Image credit: Mauricio Mercadante
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Nursery Quantity
Mother Nursery 3
Total 3

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

Site Area Quantity
Site #67 Rondebosch 20
Site #68 Rondebosch 40
Site #69 Rondebosch 20
Site #70 Rondebosch 20
Site #65 Rondebosch 20
Site #71 Rondebosch 20
Site #72 Rondebosch 20
Total 160

Important characteristics

Conservation status: Vulnerable

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

It provides food for:


Ruschia geminiflora is indigenous to: Cape Flats Sand Fynbos

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