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|Distribution:||Africa: South Africa: Northern Cape: Western Cape:|
Ledebouria undulata is endemic to the Northern Cape Province and sections of the Western Cape where it is largely confined to stony desert regions.
The attractive grey waxy leaves appear in winter and have undulated margins. During spring the bulbs lose their leaves and flowering takes place during spring and summer. The small flowers are mostly pinkish to green.
|Ledebouria undulata partly shaded by a ferricrete stone.||
Growing fully exposed in the Tanqua Karoo. The leaves are often partly eaten by predators.
||A plant with undamaged leaves showing the beautiful undulate leaf margins.|
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