Photo from Enjoysucculents.com.
The fruit by Chris Vynbos,
The caudex by Petra Broddle ,
The yellow flower by Grant Forbes,
Juvenile leaves by Gigi Laidler,
J.C: Manning & P. Goldblatt,
Southern Namibia, Western
Yellow (Pale Pink)
Othonna perfoliata var. undulosa, Sch.Bip.
Doria chromochaeta, DC.
Doria diversifolia ,DC.
Othonna chromochaeta, Sch.Bip.
Othonna diversifolia, Sch.Bip.
(Othonna filicaulis auct. non Jacq.)
This member of the Asteraceae
was given this name by John Charles Manning and Peter Goldblatt in 2010. It is found in
southern Namibia and western South Africa, growing in a well drained
sandy soil with some water and lots of sun. The caudex can grow to
two centimetres in diameter, the entire plant
from twelve to 70 centimetres in height. The flowers are yellow or
apparently pale pink.
The genera name from the Greek
othone, 'a linen cloth or napkin', in allusion to the downy
covering of some of the earlier known species. The species name means
'wavy, with wavy margin' from edges of the leaves?.
I think this must be
Habitat by Nicola van Berkel, Ispotnature.org.
A pink flower by Adriaan Grobler, Ispotnature.org.
The leaves by Lizelle Erasmus,