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The companion plant in the last picture is Adromischus triflorus
In spite of its name, the green to greyish-brown leaves in this species are not always spotted. The plants are found on high sandstone slopes and outcrops in the Langeberg Mountains, from the Worcester area to north of George and … Continue reading
The only substantial difference between the two subspecies seems to be the fact that ssp. marlothii has stilt-roots. Other differences are more a matter of gradation. The first picture represents what to my mind is the most common (and not … Continue reading
Adromischus filicaulis is widespread (occurring from Namibia to Uniondale) and often common. It is also extremely variable. The subspecies filicaulis is found from southern Namibia to east of Vanrhynsdorp; it most often grows on rocky outcrops and gravelly slopes and usually has … Continue reading