very poorly known species, with only 3 or 4 records, from Steinkopf to Matjiesfontein; fairly common, but very local, on thin shale rock sheets; plants to 5cm tall; fls only open half and hour before sunset and remain open all night; extremely sweetly scented; no evident threats, although a large wind farm is proposed for this property
Several plants growing on disturbed soils on upper side of track. Tall narrow stem, leaves short and fine. Flowers appear to grow on one side of stem. Apricot colour on outside of petals. Pales yellow inside of flowers.Flowers appeared to open later in morning.