Protea coronata is an erect shrub usually growing 2 to 3 metres tall, but known to reach 5 metres. It produces an apple-green flowerhead and lanceolate leaves, turning purple-green around the flowerhead. Its stems are hairy. It flowers between April and September. The plant grows in dense stands on heavy clay soils in the Western Cape, South Africa.
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