Gladiolus sufflavus

Quick Characteristics:

Life form: corm
Climate: winter rain climate

Gladiolus sufflavus (G.J.Lewis) Goldblatt & J.C.Manning is found on marshy sandstone soils in the Bokkeveld Mountains. Growing from 45 to 70 cm high, it has linear to terete leaves, cross-shaped in section, hairy stems, and pale yellow to greenish bell-shaped scented flowers with dark markings on lower tepals. It flowers August to September. Photo from Rachel Saunders.

Gladiolus sufflavus, Rachel Saunders

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