Species Anacampseros lanceolata
Pictures from Observations
Etymology of Anacampseros:
Gk. anakampto = to cause the return of; eros = love. The plant was supposed to be able to restore love.
Etymology of lanceolata:
From the Latin term for a spear or lance, and is usually used to indicate a species with narrow leaves that taper to a point at one end
Anacampseros lanceolata (Haw.) Sweet
Hort. Brit. (Sweet) 170 (1826)
Like A. telephiastrum but leaf bristles longer, often longer than the leaves, flowers white or pink and seeds winged on the angles. Oct.--Dec. Rock outcrops, NW, SW, AP, LB, SE (Richtersveld and W Karoo to Langkloof).
Observations of Taxon
Name of observer:
Katryn van Heerden (David)
Date observed unknown