These much divided Garuleum bipinnatum leaves display a few, scattered hairs as well as some folding in of the narrow sections around their midribs. A bright green colour is present on the leaves that have no reason to complain about lack of rain.
What appears like solitary teeth on some sections are probably emerging sections of new divisions.
G. bipinnatum leaves are highly palatable to stock and game and are much browsed. There are eight species in the Garuleum genus in southern Africa (Vlok and Schutte-Vlok, 2010).