Gladiolus bilineatus


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Flower Colors: pink, yellow
 

Gladiolus bilineatus G.J.Lewis grows in clay and loamy sand in the fynbos in the Langeberg Center (Southern Cape.) Growing from 20 to 40 cm and flowering March-April, this species has short sword shaped leaves and cream to pink flowers with reddish lines near the base of the lower tepals in a one to three flowered spike. Photos taken March 2016 near Swellendam by Rachel Saunders.

Gladiolus bilineatus, Rachel SaundersGladiolus bilineatus, Rachel Saunders

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