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Senecio angulatus

Senecio is a large genus of annual or perennial herbs, shrubs, small trees and vines classified within the daisy family.

This is a robust scrambling plant covering shrubs and climbing into the tallest trees that can be seen on the verge of Links Drive west of the tennis courts. The coarsely lobed dark green shiny fleshy leaves are ovate to lanceolate. The bright yellow flowers radiate in branched panicles.

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Cape Ivy (Eng.)
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April, May, June, July, August