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Protea cynaroides is an African flowering plant belonging to the family Proteaceae and order Proteales. It is found in the southern and southwestern parts of South Africa. It was named after the Greek God Proteus, the god who changes shape at his own will, as the flowers are found in various shapes. The plant is a shrub which has stout stems and dark green leaves. The vibrant flower head consists of a cluster of flowers at the center and is surrounded by colorful bracts, which can be light pink to deep crimson in color. The common names for the species are giant protea, honeypot, and king sugar bush.