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Product images of 375. Flowers of St. John's in Pondo Basket.
Product details 375. Flowers of St. John's in Pondo Basket.
375. Flowers of St. John's in Pondo Basket.
Beginning on the right at the top, there is the dark blue Coleotrype natalensis, C. B. Clarke, a purplish red Balsam (Impatiens, sp. having a long slender spur), clusters of the small white flowers of the 'White Pear' (Apodytes dimidiata, B. Mey.) the red and black seed-vessels of which lie at the foot of the basket on the right; and a Loranthus with reddish flowers, which open with elasticity jerking out the stamens and the long, coiled, watch-spring-like style, which terminates the future seed-vessel. In the centre is a white Pavetta, and immediately over it the purple-red flowers of Vigna vexillata, Benth., and a solitary flower of the yellow Sphedamnocarpus pruriens, Planch. Returning to the right, the two pale orange flowers and narrow tendrilled leaves are those of Littsonia mnodesta, Hook., a singular Liliacea, followed by the more showy deeper orange Grocosmna aurea, Planch. ; a large Hibiscus with purple centre, the purplish Grewia lasiocarpa, E. Mey. and an Ipomoea below. Lying in front is a branch of Acridocarpus natalitius, Juss. bearing flowers and large winged seed- vessels. Panel 118.
- Image ref: MN_375
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens