Gladiolus cunonius

Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: red
Climate: winter rain climate

Gladiolus cunonius (Linnaeus) Gaertner (syns. Anomalesia cunonia, Antholyza cunonia) has bright red flowers and blooms in the spring and grows in sandy soils near the coast. The first three photos were taken by Bob Rutemoeller and Mary Sue Ittner and the next three by Cameron McMaster in habitat near Agulhas and Arniston in the Overberg. The last picture shows the seed capsules hanging over the cliff near the ocean.

Gladiolus cunonius, Bob RutemoellerGladiolus cunonius, Bob RutemoellerGladiolus cunonius, Mary Sue IttnerGladiolus cunonius, Agulhas, Cameron McMasterGladiolus cunonius, Arniston, Cameron McMasterGladiolus cunonius seed capsules, Cameron McMaster

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