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ADROMISCHUS TRIFLORUS (L. f.) A. Berger
(procurvus N.E. Br., subcompressus p.p. Poelln., subpetiolatus Poelln.)
Section: 4 Incisilobati



DISTRIBUTION
From lower altitudes in the Little Karoo & southern Tanqua Karoo.

CHARACTERS

Typically with deltoid leaves, but can be more oval in the NW, usually nicely red spotted.

CULTIVATION
Straight forward.

COMMENTS
Highly variable in leaf shape. The deltoid shape only emerges with mature specimens - seedlings can look like A. maculatus

This can be the most attractive species in  section 4.

Adromischus triflorus
A. triflorus, growing upon recent gravels W. Oudtshoorn.

Adromischus triflorus
A. triflorus, growing upon riverine gravel, S. Calitzdorp.

Last Updated: Dec 2007
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