Parent: Protea speciosa
Protea with leaves between oval and lance-shaped; the inner scales of the empalement are bearded, turned inward at the ends, and flesh coloured. (Bot. Repos.)
Andrews published this as a separate variety in Bot. Repos. 2: 110 in 1800.
In the year 1786 it was sent, in seeds, to the royal gardens, Kew, by Mr. F. Masson, from the Cape of Good Hope...