Drosanthemum subplanum

This low-growing shrublet has creeping, rarely rooting branches and leaves 8-14 mm long and about 3 mm wide and thick, with small, rough papillae.
In September the plants are covered with pink flowers on conspicuously hairy stalks; the petals are to 13 mm long.
The species occurs in the Calvinia-Clanwilliam area.






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