Sunflax Heliophila coronopifolia
Annual herb with stiffly erect stems to 60cm, roughly hairy towards the base, with thread-like or variously lobed leaves and blue flowers with a white or greenish centre. They close at night and in cool weather. Widespread on sandy flats and slopes. They often form massed displays in Namaqualand and the southwestern Cape.
I took these photos of the Sunflax flowers in the West Coast National Park.
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