Balsaminaceae

Guild: sb

Life form: perennial herb

Max. diameter: data unavailable

Leaf: spirally arranged, simple, narrowly elliptic to oblong, notophyll (1.8-4 x 6-17 cm), finely dentate, glabrous

Inflorescence: axillary, solitary Flower: lilac, mauve or pink with a whitish spur which is 5.5-7 cm long in subsp. bennae, and 3.54.7 cm long in subsp. nzoana Fruit: dry dehiscent (0.4 x 1.5 cm), glabrous Seed: small (0.08-0.11 cm), ellipsoid, covered in long hairs

Other: the stem is relatively erect, glabrous, usually unbranched. It is rooting at the lower nodes.

Phenology

Dispersal: probably by wind

Data sources

Grey-Wilson (1980)

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