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419. Not one Flower, but many in one, Van Staaden's Kloof. by Marianne North

419. Not one Flower, but many in one, Van Staaden's Kloof.

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419. Not one Flower, but many in one, Van Staaden's Kloof.

As mentioned in the description of 410, there are numerous flowers in the separate inflorescences of the Proteaceae, surrounded by coloured leaves or bracts. This is Protea cynaroides, Linn., which has the largest flower heads of its genus, and it bears them when only two or three feet high. It grows on the tops of the mountains. Above is the head of a bird, its red wing feathers also showing; and what is very extraordinary, this red will wash out with soap and water !

  • Image reference: MN_419

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