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Euryops linifolius

Euryops linifolius
Common names: narrow-leaved resin bush (Eng.); smalblaarharpuisbos (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... Nkosi Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden October 2018 Euryops linifolius is a fast-growing shrub, 0.6–2 m high, ... , which has a notable thin woolly line beneath each leaf. Euryops linifolius is endemic to South Africa, where it ... the animal passes through rocks, narrow spaces or scrub. Euryops Relatively fast growing, it doesn’t take long ...

01 / 10 / 2018 | Sanele Nkosi | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops ‘Silver Sunshine’

Euryops 'Silver Sunshine'
Common names: ‘Silver Sunshine’ resin bush (Eng.); ‘Silver Sunshine’ harpuisbos (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... Garden. The only parent we can identify with certainty is Euryops pectinatus (woolly resin bush), as this was the only species of Euryops planted in the garden bed where the hybrid was ... The other parent could be one of the many other Euryops planted throughout Kirstenbosch. After much debate ...

01 / 01 / 2018 | Cherise Viljoen | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops virgatus

Flowers and leaves
Common names: Nieuwoudtville resin bush (Eng.); Nieuwoudtville harpuisbos (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... Rust Hantam National Botanical Garden March 2013   Euryops virgatus is a twiggy shrublet with many branches. The ... florets. The flowering period is between June and August. Euryops virgatus is found only at the Hantam National ... and tillite where there is a lot of earthworm activity. Euryops virgatus is very palatable to sheep and the bushes ...

25 / 03 / 2013 | Colleen Rust | Hantam NBG
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Euryops linearis

Euryops linearis
Common names: De Hoop euryops (Eng.)
Family: Asteraceae

... or indistinctly ribbed, 2.5-3.5 mm long and 0.8-1 mm wide. Euryops linearis is endemic to the area between Bredasdorp ... Like many species from the De Hoop and Agulhas area, Euryops linearis is tolerant of limestone soils, while most ... well in sandstone- or granite-derived acidic soils. Euryops Euryops linearis makes a very desirable tall garden ...

31 / 12 / 2012 | Alice Notten | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops muirii

Euryops muirii shrublet
Common names: limestone euryops (Eng.); strandharpuis (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

Ismail Ebrahim CREW Ismail Ebrahim CREW August 2011   Euryops murii is a much-branched rigid shrublet up to 400 mm ... in the outer row. Flowering occurs mostly in September. Euryops muirii is distinguished from other members of the ... extensive searches have taken place in similar habitats, Euryops muirii remains confined to a small area near Still ...

29 / 08 / 2011 | Ismail Ebrahim | CREW
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Euryops tysonii

Euryops tysonii foliage and flowers
Common names: Tyson's euryops (Eng.); sehlakoana (Sesotho/Southern Sotho)
Family: Asteraceae

... Notten Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden March 2009 Euryops tysonii is a much-branched shrub, 0.5 to 1.5 m. The ... brown to yellowish brown achene, 2.5-3.5 x 1.0-1.5 mm. Euryops tysonii grows in scrub and grassland usually on rocky ... other parts of the Eastern Cape and southern Free State. Euryops tysonii is visited by many insects when in flower, ...

30 / 03 / 2009 | Alice Notten | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops annae

Euryops annae shrub
Common names: small euryops, qoqolosi bush (Eng.); kleinbitterharpuisbos, bitterharpuisbos (Afr.); sehlakoana se senyenyane, sehalahala sa qoqolosi (Sesotho/Souther
Family: Asteraceae

... Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden March 2009   Euryops annae is a small, much-branched shrub, 0.2-1.5 m ... showy, conventional daisies that one may expect from a Euryops but are quite small, 3-6 x 3-7 mm, with rather loose ... It has a pappus of numerous white bristles, 1-2 mm long. Euryops annae is very similar to E. oligoglossus (water resin ...

09 / 03 / 2009 | Alice Notten | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops annuus

Euryops annuus flower
Common names: harpuisbos, kora (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... & Hester Steyn National Herbarium November 2008   Euryops annuus is an annual, hairless herb with fleshy leaves ... terms of the flower structure, see the page on Asteraceae Euryops annuus is endemic to the Northern and Western Cape, ... a gentle slope of gravelly to sandy soil and full sun.   Euryops annuus is a pioneer plant which is found in vast ...

24 / 11 / 2008 | Beate Hölscher | National Herbarium Pretoria
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Euryops abrotanifolius

Image of Euryops abrotanifolius
Common names: lace-leaf euryops, mountain resin bush (Eng.); bergharpuisbos, geelmagriet (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... Notten Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden July 2008   Euryops abrotanifolius is an upright, densely leafy shrub, ... white, cylindrical appendage at the tip, 1 mm long. Euryops abrotanifolius occurs on sandy or stony mountain ... protected, shady spot, which have thinner, longer leaves. Euryops abrotanifolius is quick to re-establish after a fire, ...

07 / 07 / 2008 | Alice Notten | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops tenuissimus

Flowers
Common names: resin bush (Eng.); harpuisbos; grootharpuisbos; kortbeenharbuisbossie (subsp. trifurcatus) (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... ants and, when the seeds are wet, also by larger mammals. Euryops These attractive shrubs are 0.9-1.8 m high and up to ... extremely narrow and refers to the shape of the leaves. Euryops tenuissimus belongs to a genus of 110 taxa (including ... image of these plants in their natural habitat forever. Euryops tenuissimus (L.) DC. Euryops tenuissimus E. ...

04 / 04 / 2005 | Marinda Koekemoer | National Herbarium Pretoria
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Euryops chrysanthemoides

Flowers and leaves
Common names: golden daisy bush, daisy bush, resin bush (Eng.), geelmadeliefiebos, geelmargriet, harpuisbos (Afr.) (= Gamolepis chrysanthemoides DC.)
Family: Asteraceae

... flowering; they are shaped like a spindle with blunt ends. Euryops chrysanthemoides occurs in the Eastern Cape, along ... well as butterflies, and seed-eating birds eat the seeds. Euryops A vigorous, hardy, free-flowering shrub that ... a winter minimum lower than -1 to -7 °C (zone 9). Plant Euryops chrysanthemoides as a specimen shrub in groups of ...

10 / 01 / 2005 | Christien Malan | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Euryops speciosissimus

In flower
Common names: giant resinbush, Clanwilliam euryops (Eng.); pronkharpuisbos, grootharpuisbos (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... eggs and the flower heads are therefore often parasitized. Euryops E. pectinatus (grey euryops, golden daisy bush), E.chrysanthemoides , E. virgineus (honey euryops) and E. speciosissimus (Clanwilliam euryops) are ...

10 / 01 / 2005 | Marinda Koekemoer | National Herbarium Pretoria
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Euryops wageneri

Euryops wageneri flowers
Common names: Wagener's resin bush (Eng.); Wagener se harpuisbos (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... eggs and the flower heads are therefore often parasitized. Euryops This plant is currently not cultivated commercially ... type specimen in the Matjiesrivier area in the Cederberg. Euryops wageneri belongs to a genus of 110 taxa (including 9 ... this is probably one of the most magnificent of all the Euryops species. It has the same visual impact as other showy ...

03 / 01 / 2005 | Marinda Koekemoer | National Herbarium Pretoria
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Euryops virgineus

Euryops virgineus
Common names: honey euryops, river resin bush (Eng.); rivierharpuisbos, heuningmagriet (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... National Herbarium, Pretoria January 2004   The honey euryops is a much-branched, evergreen shrub of up to 3.5 x ... of short, white hairs (pappus hairs) which is soon lost. Euryops virgineus is endemic to southern Africa and occurs ... be carried away by a strong wind, heavy rain or insects. Euryops The honey euryops is very showy when in full flower. ...

05 / 01 / 2004 | Paul Herman | National Herbarium Pretoria
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Euryops pectinatus

Euryops pectinatus
Common names: woolly resin bush, golden euryops, golden daisy bush (Eng.), wolharpuisbos (Afr.)
Family: Asteraceae

... TURNER Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden June 2001 Euryops pectinatus is a shrub up to 1.5 m in height and has ... (i.e. it occurs naturally nowhere else in the world). Euryops Euryops pectinatus requires a moderate amount of water and ...

11 / 06 / 2001 | Sharon Turner | Walter Sisulu NBG
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