Marsh Pagoda

The Marsh Pagoda (Mimetes Hirtus) is a stunning flower that is found only within the Cape Floristic Region. It flowers between May and November.

The main pollinators of the Marsh Pagoda are the sunbirds and sugarbirds.

A close relative is this Common Pagoda (mimetes cucullatus)

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