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Prince-of-Wales heath

Erica pulcherima

Description:

Beautiful flower, was found Paarl fynbos area. Erect shrub to 2m; bears medium to large, tubular, hairy, white or pink flowers with white tips.

Habitat:

Marshy slopes and flats between Betty's Bay and Hermanus.

2 Species ID Suggestions

EricGoins
EricGoins 10 years ago
Lachenalia Lachenalia
scapemanl
scapemanl 10 years ago
None
Erica pulcherima NOT Lachenalia!


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2 Comments

Yolande
Yolande 10 years ago

Thanks for the ID suggestion. I appreciate it!

scapemanl
scapemanl 10 years ago

Part of the Erica family that is one of the plant families that makes up the Fynbos biome.

Yolande
Spotted by
Yolande

Drakenstein Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa

Spotted on Apr 15, 2012
Submitted on Apr 16, 2012

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