Observations in the Species: Gladiolus caeruleus

Synonyms also shown: Gladiolus gracilis var. latifolius, Gladiolus gracilis var. latifolius

Gladiolus caeruleus

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By: carina l
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers
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Location: 1, Mauritz Rd
Observed on: 4th September 2013
Added to iSpot: 4th September 2013
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 3
Comments: 0

Bloupypie

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By: koosclaassens
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Location: 1, Mauritz Rd
Observed on: 8th August 2013
Added to iSpot: 8th August 2013
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 4
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Bloupypie

Bloupypie
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Location: Langfontein St, Darling
Observed on: 29th July 2012
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2012
Identifications: 3
Agreements: 1
Comments: 1
Description: mid spring blooming

Saldanah pypie Gladiolus caeruleus - Langebaan

Saldanah pypie Gladiolus caeruleus - Langebaan (2)
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Location: West Coast National Park
Observed on: 15th July 2012
Added to iSpot: 29th July 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 3
Comments: 1
Description: G.caeruleus is more robust than G. gracilis, has broader leaves and has dark spots on the lower three tepals which arch outwards. On limestone hills around Saldanha Bay. the leaves are apparently H shaped in cross section, but I don't htink you can see it in these pics.

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