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438. Wild Flowers of Ceres, South Africa.
In the centre the yellow "Tea Plant," Rafnia amplexicaulis, Thunb., the leaves of which are commonly used either alone or with ordinary tea to make a beverage. The Heath above on the right is Erica grandiflora, Linn., with a Mesembryanthemum, a Watsonia and a Gladiolus below ; a white Moraea at the top, and below on the left. In front Leucospermum nutans, R. Br., a species of Protea on the left, and white and pink varieties of Cyphia volubilis, Willd., hanging from the vase.
- Image reference: MN_438
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew