Lampranthus multiradiatus as originally described has pale pink flowers and is distributed on the Cape Peninsula in the Western Cape Province.
The plants form a decumbent shrub and grow to a height of about half a meter.
A number of other fig marigolds (vygies), previously known as Lampranthus roseus have now been included in this species.
The cultivation of Lampranthus multiradiatus is easy and the plants will do best in a sunny well drained rockery.
Propagation is by seed or cuttings.
Lampranthus in cultivation.
Lampranthus multiradiatus flower.