Syncolostemon obermeyerae

Syncolostemon obermeyerae
Syncolostemon obermeyerae
Syncolostemon obermeyerae

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Botanical name: Syncolostemon obermeyerae

Syncolostemon obermeyerae, known as pink sage bush, is a fast-growing, aromatic shrub with showy, mauve-pink flowers that bloom from summer to autumn. It is native to the Northern Province of South Africa, where it grows in grasslands, rocky hillsides and forest margins. It is pollinated by bees and other insects, and resprouts after fires. It is a popular garden plant that can be used as a border, a specimen or a hedge. It can withstand mild frost and drought, but needs regular pruning and compost. It has not been reported to have any traditional uses or benefits.

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Family: Lamiaceae
Type: shrub
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