Gladiolus bullatus


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Flower Colors: purple
Climate: winter rain climate
 

Gladiolus bullatus Thunb. ex G.J.Lewis is found on sandstone slopes in fynbos in the southwest Cape and the Agulhas plain. This species is reported to be difficult in cultivation. It has bell-like blue flowers with yellow markings and is hooded. The first photo by Bob Rutemoeller was taken at Boskloof, the second and third by Cameron McMaster in the Overberg, and the last a close-up from Alan Horstmann.

Gladiolus bullatus, Boskloof, Bob RutemoellerGladiolus bullatus, Napier, Cameron McMasterGladiolus bullatus, Napier, Cameron McMasterGladiolus bullatus, Alan Horstmann

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