Alepidea peduncularis is an edible perennial herb native to the montane grasslands of East and South Africa.
The plant bears a flowering stalk about 70 cm in height, and a basal rosette of leaves with distinctively fringed margins. The leaves are edible, and the roots are used in medicine.
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