I did see quite a few in
this is a medium sized on Wattenberg.
This member of the Moraceae
family was given this name by Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel in1867.
It is found in the north western corner of South Africa and in
western Namibia. It grows on bare rocks, their cracks and their
gravel with some water and some to lots of sun. The stem starts with
a nice caudex, but when it passes 15 centimetres, it turns into a
slim stem, which can reach for up to six or even ten meters. The
minute flowers are green.
The genera name originates from
the old Latin name for Ficus carica. The species name
pertains to the leaves of the laurel fig, which resemble those of
the holm oak, Quercus ilex.