Leucadendron discolor (Cultivated- USA)

Leucadendron discolor E. Phillips & Hutch., W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, Fl. cap. 5(1):544. 1912 (syn: Leucadendron buekianum Meissn.; Protea buekiana Kuntze);

South Africa (W-Cape Prov.) as per Catalogue of Life;
 

A tall shrub, sometimes growing to the size of a tree, confined to the western side of the Piketberg range.
Native: South Africa
It grows on rocky soils derived from sandstone in mountain fynbos.
(From  IUCN Red List (EN)  )

 
 
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Requesting to please ID this plant with cream and red flowers captured in San Francisco, USA in May 2013.
I hope Leucodendron sp.
Googling further indicated Leucodendron discolor. Kindly confirm.
This was identified as Leucadendron discolour on a FB group.
yes

 
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