Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
so Bain's Kloof and Bainskloof are both correct. And the correct term for the other cape would be Bain's Rocket. Gotcha..
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Last edited by mass; 06-19-2012 at 03:34 PM.
seems to me like Baines Rocket is more of a fastigiate form than a typical capensis. Perhaps thats why they are a "rocket"?
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that was my assumption as well..
I just wanted to comment on how awesome that moss looks on the surface, and how awesome your capensis looks
It looks like the outer leaves, which are the oldest, have been there awhile. Do they always remain upright? That would be pretty unusual for a capensis.
'Nice looking plant, Mass!
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