We soon founds ourselves in the midst of lots of flowering Hesperantha lactea, and scattered amongst these were some Craterostigma sp. nov.
|Syncolostemon rotundifolius; the area living up to its name|
|Craterostigma sp. nov.|
As we crossed the stream we found three species of Utricularia together: U. livida, U. prehensilis and U. subulata. And nestled up against the edge of rock plates were numbers of the velvety-flowered Tinnea galpinii.
|Maggie at the cliff edge|
|Lindo admires the view|
|Salacia gerrardii fruit|
Back across the stream and Kate found herself in a low forest of Erica aspalathifolia - while there were a few new flowers and some dead heads, it is likely that many more flowers are to come and this should be an impressive sight.
|Kate amongst the Erica aspalathifolia|
|Anne deciding if she should swim across|