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Iboza riparia

Iboza riparia

Iboza riparia

Iboza riparia

Iboza riparia

Iboza riparia

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The nutmeg bush (Tetradenia riparia) belongs to Lamiaceae (the Mint family). It is a deciduous shrub that is disrtibuted to southern Africa, from Malawi-Mozambique south to South Africa. This shrub grows at margins of evergreen forests, often in rocky terrain or near water, and up to 3 m in height. The leaves are ovate-oblong to rotund, variously covered with glandular hairs on both sides, the underside covered in whitish velvety hairs. Their margins are coarsely crenate-dentate. The minute, pale to deep, mauve-pink or lilac, sometimes white flowers bloom in large many-branched panicles from May to August. It is monoecious. It's flowers are unisexual in different spikes within the same inflorescence. 
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