Quote from: Robin Jangle on November 20, 2023, 12:40:02 AMThe habitat is formally known as Scarp Forest. It is a tall (15-25m), species-rich and structurally, multilayered forest with well-developed canopy and understorey tree layers but for the most part a poorly developed herb layer.And...
The geology is mostly sandstone and soil are shallow, leached and nutrient poor.
The bulk of the rainfall is from October to March but there is still precipitation during the winter months. The average rainfall in summer is around 120mm per month whereas in winter it is around 30mm per month.
The daily maximum temperature throughout the year is about 27°C and the daily minimum temperature during summer is around 20°C but in winter it is around 12°C.
I really appreciated the specific information about their habitat.
I am in Japan. The annual precipitation is about four times higher than in South Africa.
It is of great interest to me to imagine their habitat through the plants in front of me.
I will use it in my cultivation. Thank you very much.