Showing all observations that have a likely ID using the The South African National Biodiversity Institute's southern African Species Dictionary
Lat/Lng: -33.7287, 21.628
Found near the top of a south facing slope
Lat/Lng: -33.53053, 22.44409
Lat/Lng: -33.776677083333, 20.891060805556
Lat/Lng: -32.35299, 23.89088
to 50cm, fairly common on upper south slopes below cliffs
Lat/Lng: -33.88655, 22.98436
Leggy ladies, leggy gents - worthy of oooohs and aaaahhhs
Lat/Lng: -33.88615, 22.39642
Lat/Lng: -32.896475, 19.640576
Lat/Lng: -34.4962735, 19.889771583333
Sunbird Lodge & Fynbos Reserve
Lat/Lng: -33.88799, 22.39299
Lat/Lng: -33.94703, 22.46429
Lat/Lng: -33.666218600056, 21.529163019969
Rooiberg Mountain Catchment Area
Lat/Lng: -33.9719833333, 23.5543333333
precise GPS point
Lat/Lng: -33.9721666667, 23.55485
precise GPS point
Lat/Lng: -33.87, 22.02
Plant about 70cm tall.
Lat/Lng: -33.862, 22.2
Lat/Lng: -33.71011, 23.83452
Lat/Lng: -33.8951, 22.4054
Table Mountain Sandstone.
Rhizomatous, robust, erect herb, with tufts of sterile, short shoots growing to one side of the stem from each node. Male inflorescences borne in axillary tufts towards the apices of the main stems.
Lat/Lng: -33.87145, 22.80841
Dioecious, caespitose perennial with fertile culms to 3 m. Male spikelets paniculate, pendent, sterile branches verticillate.
Lat/Lng: -34.664740479917, 19.564156239974
Lat/Lng: -34.0569, 18.4256
Tokai Park section of Table Mountain National Park
Lat/Lng: -32.6704, 19.2432
In the riverbed.
Large restio - 1-1.5 m. In and along Twee riverbed, Riversong Farm. Whorles.
Lat/Lng: -33.9, 20.1
This female may belong to this male or this male.
This male may belong to this female.
Lat/Lng: -33.88842, 22.97906
Alongside the trail en route to Millwood
Dioecious, caespitose perennial with fertile culms to 3 m. Male spikelets paniculate, pendent, sterile branches verticillate
Lat/Lng: -33.186551, 20.15102
Lat/Lng: -33.9695, 23.5458
De Vasselot section of the Garden Route National Park
Lat/Lng: -33.9, 22.4
Tufted Restio with unbranched culms to 3m with sterile foliage at the nodes.
Third photo is a plant of well over 2M high. Recent rain caused a flood to flatten the bracken around it, but the Rhodocoma is as if the flood didn't happen.
Lat/Lng: -33.34614, 22.03878
Caespitose/tufted Restio, unbranching culms.
0.3 to 1.5m high
Clump forming Restio 1 - 2 m tall with whorls on the culms.