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The Bergroossuikerbos ( Protea canaliculata ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea - genus belongs. The plant is endemic to South Africa . The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg as well as in the Swartberg . The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire destroys the tree but the seeds survive. The seed is spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through the action of birds . The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800 - 1,500 m.

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  • The Bergroossuikerbos ( Protea canaliculata ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea - genus belongs. The plant is endemic to South Africa . The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg as well as in the Swartberg . The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire destroys the tree but the seeds survive. The seed is spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through the action of birds . The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800 - 1,500 m.
  • Protea canaliculata, the Groove-leaf sugarbush (Afrikaans: Bergroossuikerbos) is a species of flowering shrub endemic to South Africa. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire can destroy the tree but the seeds will survive. The seeds are spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800-1,500 m.
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  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush (Afrikaans: bergroossuikerbos), is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire can destroy the tree but the seeds will survive. The seeds are spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800-1,500 m.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species by Henry Charles Andrews. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species by Adrian Hardy Haworth, probably in 1807, in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species in 1806 in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Sources differ on who wrote the text: George Jackson or Adrian Hardy Haworth. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species in 1806 in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Sources differ on who wrote the text on this species: George Jackson or Adrian Hardy Haworth. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Sources differ on who wrote the text on this species, and when: George Jackson or Adrian Hardy Haworth. The world population of the species is not threatened.
  • Protea canaliculata, also known as the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos.
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  • The Bergroossuikerbos ( Protea canaliculata ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea - genus belongs. The plant is endemic to South Africa . The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg as well as in the Swartberg . The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire destroys the tree but the seeds survive. The seed is spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through the action of birds . The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800 - 1,500 m. In English it is known as the Groove-leaf sugarbush . Sources
  • The Bergroossuikerbos ( Protea canaliculata ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea - genus belongs. The plant is endemic to South Africa . The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg as well as in the Swartberg . The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire destroys the tree but the seeds survive. The seed is spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through the action of birds . The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800 - 1,500 m. In English it is known as the Groove-leaf sugarbush .
  • Protea canaliculata, the Groove-leaf sugarbush (Afrikaans: Bergroossuikerbos) is a species of flowering shrub endemic to South Africa. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire can destroy the tree but the seeds will survive. The seeds are spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800-1,500 m.
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  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush (Afrikaans: bergroossuikerbos), is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire can destroy the tree but the seeds will survive. The seeds are spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800-1,500 m.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. The shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. A fire can destroy the tree but the seeds will survive. The seeds are spread by the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800-1,500 m.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It is a shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, peaking in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open quartzite or sandstone soil at altitudes of 800-1,500 m. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It is a shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur through birds. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It is a shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur by mediation of birds. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species by Henry Charles Andrews. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It is a shrub grows upright and becomes 1.2 m high. It blooms from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur by mediation of birds. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species by Adrian Hardy Haworth, probably in 1807, in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It blooms in autumn and winter, from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur by mediation of birds. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species in 1806 in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Sources differ on who wrote the text: George Jackson or Adrian Hardy Haworth. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It blooms in autumn and winter, from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur by mediation of birds. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species in 1806 in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Sources differ on who wrote the text on this species: George Jackson or Adrian Hardy Haworth. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to Waboomsberg, as well as in the Swartberg. It blooms in autumn and winter, from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to occur by mediation of birds. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event. The seeds are dispersed by the wind.
  • Protea canaliculata, the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos. The plant was first described as a new species in the botanical magazine The botanist's repository, for new and rare plants started by Henry Charles Andrews. Sources differ on who wrote the text on this species, and when: George Jackson or Adrian Hardy Haworth. Protea canaliculata is a shrub which grows upright and can reach up to 1.2 metres in height. It blooms in autumn and winter, from March to June, with the peak in May. The plant is monoecious with both sexes in each flower. Pollination is thought to probably occur by mediation of birds. The fruits are woody and persistent, which means they are retained on the plant after senescence. Possible wildfires can destroy the mature plants, but the seeds will survive such an event retained in caps in the dried inflorescence. When released, the seeds are dispersed by means of the wind. The plant is found from the Hex River Mountains to the Waboomsberg and Swartberg. The plant grows in rocky, open, quartzite- or sandstone-derived soils at altitudes of 800 to 1,500 metres. The world population of the species is not threatened.
  • Protea canaliculata, also known as the groove-leaf sugarbush, is a species of flowering shrub of the genus Protea, which is endemic to the Cape Provinces of South Africa. In Afrikaans this species is known by the vernacular name of bergroossuikerbos.
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