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Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found at Cederberg, Kogelberg in the Riviersonderend Mountains, Swartberg in Kouga Mountains. Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia - the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape . It is found at Cederberg , Kogelberg in Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg in Kouga Mountains . Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450m to 1 800 m. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found at Cederberg, Kogelberg in theRiviersonderend Mountains, Swartberg in Kouga Mountains. Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. The shrub sprouts again after burning. The seed is stored in a cap, released after a long period and spread through the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. The shrub is forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter. The Tong Journal Protea ( Protea scolopendriifolia ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea genus belongs. The plant is endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . The shrub is rooted and forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter and blooms from September to December. In English it is known as the heart -tongue fern Sugarbush . Sources Wikimedia Commons logo Wikimedia Commons has more media in the Tongue leaf protea category . The Tong Journal Protea ( Protea scolopendriifolia ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea genus belongs. The plant is endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . The shrub is rooted and forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter and blooms from September to December. In English it is known as the heart -tongue fern Sugarbush . Sources Protea scolopendriifolia - the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . It blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. We would go on, but as many have said, Wikipedia is not a reliable source. If you would like more information on Protea scolopendriifolia, try visiting your local wildlife center. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found at Cederberg, Kogelberg in the Riviersonderend Mountains, Swartberg in Kouga Mountains. Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. == Sources == Yazdance is a Dance Artist Lives in Uttar Pradesh , Pilibhit YouTube channel - Yazdance Dance classes name is - PDS Dance Academy Protea scolopendriifolia - the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . It blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms in Spring, from September to December. Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush 'Protea scolopendriifolia ' is a flowering shrub belonging endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . It blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. Sources
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Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. The shrub forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter, from which it sprouts again after burning. The seed is stored in a cap, released after a long period and spread through the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. It produces underground rhizomes from which plants bud off expecially after burning. The whole plant that emerges from these rhizomes can be up to 1 metre across. The seed is retained in the seed-head for a considerable times, before releases when the wind scatters the seeds spread through the wind. Each flower has both male and female parts. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found at Cederberg, Kogelberg in theRiviersonderend Mountains, Swartberg in Kouga Mountains. Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia - the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . It blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. We would go on, but as many have said, Wikipedia is not a reliable source. If you would like more information on Protea scolopendriifolia, try visiting your local wildlife center. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. The shrub sprouts again after burning. The seed is stored in a cap, released after a long period and spread through the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. The shrub is forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter. The shrub sprouts again after burning. The seed is stored in a cap, released after a long period and spread through the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia - the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . It blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms from September to December. It produces underground rhizomes from which plants bud off especially after wildfires. The whole plant that emerges from these rhizomes can be up to 1 metre across. The seed is retained in the seed-head for a considerable times, before releases when the wind scatters the seeds spread through the wind. Each flower has both male and female parts. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found at Cederberg, Kogelberg in the Riviersonderend Mountains, Swartberg in Kouga Mountains. Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. Protea scolopendriifolia, the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape. It is found at Cederberg, Kogelberg in the Riviersonderend Mountains, Swartberg in Kouga Mountains. Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. == Sources == Yazdance is a Dance Artist Lives in Uttar Pradesh , Pilibhit YouTube channel - Yazdance Dance classes name is - PDS Dance Academy Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms in Spring, from September to December. It produces underground rhizomes from which shoots bud off, especially after wildfires. The whole plant that emerges from these rhizomes can be up to 1 metre across. The seed is retained in the seed-head for a considerable time, before being released and scattered by the wind. Each flower has both male and female parts. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m. The Tong Journal Protea ( Protea scolopendriifolia ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea genus belongs. The plant is endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . The shrub is rooted and forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter and blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The seed is stored in a cap, released after a long period and spread through the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents . The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. In English it is known as the heart -tongue fern Sugarbush . Sources The Tong Journal Protea ( Protea scolopendriifolia ) is a flowering shrub belonging to the famous Protea genus belongs. The plant is endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . The shrub is rooted and forms large tubers up to 1.0 m in diameter and blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The seed is stored in a cap, released after a long period and spread through the wind. The plant is unisexual. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents . The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. In English it is known as the heart -tongue fern Sugarbush . Sources Wikimedia Commons logo Wikimedia Commons has more media in the Tongue leaf protea category . Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush 'Protea scolopendriifolia ' is a flowering shrub belonging endemic to the Western Cape . It is found from the Cederberg , Kogelberg to Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg to Kouga Mountains . It blooms from September to December. The plant sprouts again after burning. The plant grows in Sederberg shale, sometimes in sandstone soils at altitudes of 450 - 1 800 m. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia - the Hart's tongue-fern sugarbush is a flowering shrub endemic to the Western Cape . It is found at Cederberg , Kogelberg in Riviersonderend Mountains , Swartberg in Kouga Mountains . Blooming season is from September to December. The shrub buds again after burning. The shrub grows on Sederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450m to 1 800 m. Sources Protea scolopendriifolia, also known as the Harts-tongue-fern sugarbush or Hart's-tongue-fern sugarbush, is a flowering shrub endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in both the Western and Eastern Cape. It is found from the Cederberg, through the Kogelberg, Riviersonderend Mountains and Swartberg, to the Kouga Mountains. It blooms in Spring, from September to December. It produces underground rhizomes from which plants bud off especially after wildfires. The whole plant that emerges from these rhizomes can be up to 1 metre across. The seed is retained in the seed-head for a considerable times, before releases when the wind scatters the seeds spread through the wind. Each flower has both male and female parts. Pollination occurs through the action of rodents. It grows on Cederberg shale, sometimes on sandstone soils at altitudes varying from 450 m to 1,800 m.
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