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Roridula gorgonias

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Roridula gorgonias produces long woody stems which branch only after flowering and gradually become multi-headed, each topped with a fairly tight cluster of bronzy green lanceolate 7.5-10 cm (3-4”) in length. Each is held erect at first and then slowly fan outwards before dying off and pointing downwards, with the dead growth clinging to the stem so they retain a sticky skirt beneath the green leaves. As the stem lengthens this dead material is shed, exposing the bare brown branches. Currently unavailable.