Gladiolus debilis


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Flower Colors: white, pink
Climate: winter rain climate
 

Gladiolus debilis Ker Gawler is found on rocky sandstone slopes in the southwest Cape, blooming in spring with white to pale pink flowers with red markings on the lower tepals. The first photo by Mary Sue Ittner was taken in September 2001 in an area in the southwest Cape that had burned the year previously and the second was taken by Bob Rutemoeller September 2003 at Boskloof. The third was taken by Ragnhild Crawford. Photos four and five taken near Napier in the Overberg by Cameron McMaster. The sixth photo was taken by Andrew Harvie at Silvermine in Table Mountain National Park. Last photo by Christopher Whitehouse, taken at the Phillpskop Mountain Reserve near Stanford.

Gladiolus debilis, Mary Sue IttnerGladiolus debilis, Boskloof, Bob RutemoellerGladiolus debilis, Boskloof, Ragnhild CrawfordGladiolus debilis, Napier, Cameron McMasterGladiolus debilis, Napier, Cameron McMasterGladiolus debilis, Silvermine, Andrew HarvieGladiolus debilis, Christopher Whitehouse

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