Cheiridopsis pillansii

This species is a common sight on low outcrops in the Richtersveld, from north of Lekkersing to the Augrabiesberg, and forms compact clumps up to 20 cm in diameter.
This is a winter rainfall area with less than 100 mm rain per year.
The flowers are 5-6 cm in diameter and range from white and yellow to orange-red, sometimes with a puplish tinge. They appear in winter and spring.

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