Bergeranthus multiceps

The genus Bergeranthus occurs in the Eastern Cape between Utenhage and East London and northwards to Cradock. The plants form tuft and have a fleshy rootstock. Flowers open in the evening or late afternoon.
B. multiceps is common in open grassland between Joubertina and the Keiskamma River. Rainfall occurs here in all seasons.

bergmult 8097#2012-10-25

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