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Leucospermum (Pincushion, Pincushion Protea or Leucospermum) is a genus of about 50 species of flowering plants in the family Proteaceae, native to Zimbabwe and South Africa, where they occupy a variety of habitats, including scrub, forest, and mountain slopes.
The name “Leucospermum” comes from the Greek words “leukos” for “white” and “sperma” for “seed.”
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