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This an old blog that I am reviving at the moment. My home made websites work well and I would like to continue with them. Blogger however is so easy to deal with now and saves a lot of time. I shall therefore place posts here and may transfer some to my other websites later that are better indexed for specific searches. The indexing/content of the old posts need to be improved - Will work on it bit by bit. You are welcome to leave comments - unfortunately I cannot reply to them as it causes Firefox errors.


Malephora lutea

Fresh seed of Malephora lutea available here:

This succulent shrub can easily be mistaken for Glottiphyllum but Malephora is matforming while Glottiphyllum is not. Their growth habit aids in the prevention of soil erosion. This species occurs from the Little Karoo to Port Elizabeth.

Malephora lutea

Malephora lutea has the yellow flowers. Other tiny plants are growing amongst the trailing shrub.

Malephora lutea
Photographs taken in habitat west of Zebra.

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