Protea mundii, the forest sugarbush, is a flowering shrub native to the Cape Provinces of South Africa, growing in forest margins at 200 to 1,300 m (660 to 4,270 ft) elevation. It grows to a height of 8 m (26 ft). The plant has white to ivory flowers, which are attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds. The specific name commemorates Johannes Ludwig Leopold Mund, a German natural history collector who was active in the Cape until 1831.
Protea mundii is cultivated as a garden plant.
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