Field guide to the wild flowers of the highveld: also useful in adjacent grassland and bushveld
Originally published in 1988 as The Field Guide to the Wild-flowers of the Witwatersrand & Pretoria Region, this practical identification handbook will help nature-lovers in the field to easily identify the various wild flowers they may encounter in the Highveld and surrounding areas.
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annual herb anthers ASTERACEAE autumn axillary axils basal rosette base bipinnately blade brown bushveld calyx carpels clusters Compare corolla covered with hairs Cyperaceae Deciduous densely covered disturbed places drupe egg-shaped Erect perennial herb Fabaceae family Herbs fleshy Flower heads Flowers regular Flowers solitary Fruit a capsule globose grass Grassland Grassland and bushveld greenish greyish growing in tufts hairless hairy Harv herb herbaceous leaf leaflets Leaves alternate Leaves opposite Leaves stalked Leaves stalkless lncludes flowers lnflorescence lobes lower surface Magaliesberg Mainly Pretoria/Magaliesberg region Malvaceae midrib moist places much-branched Ovary Ovary superior perennial Perennial growing perennial rootstock perennial shrublet perianth perianth segments petals pink POACEAE POLYGONACEAE Pretoria purplish racemes ray flowers reddish rhizome rocky places rocky ridges rough hairs sepals shoots short stalks slender Sond sparsely branched species spikelets spikes Spring Stamens stipules subsp subtended Suikerbosrand Summer taproot terminal tips tree umbels unbranched usually veins whitish Widespread woody rootstock yellow yellowish