Dwesa Nature Reserve, Wild Coast, South Africa, photographed by Hougaard Malan.  "Many of the beaches along the wild coast are lined with lush indigeneous forests like this one. When there's some surf spray in the air and warm afternoon sunlight floods in below the canopy then it results in this amazing scene that [he] captured in December of 2010."

~ Hougaard Malan - Dwesa Nature Reserve, Wild Coast, South Africa - Many of the beaches along the wild coast are lined with lush indigeneous forests

1000-year old Milkwood tree in the magical indigenous forest of the Platbos Forest Retreat, Gansbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

old Milkwood tree in the magical indigenous forest of the Platbos Forest Retreat, Gansbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

Terminalia sericea (Silver Cluster-leaf) Terminalia sericea is a species of deciduous tree of the genus Terminalia that is native to southern Africa. Vaalboom in Afrikaans and Mususu in Venda - Google Search

Terminalia sericea (Silver Cluster-leaf) Terminalia sericea is a species of…

Bolusanthus speciosus (tree wisteria) - can be grown in pots

Bolusanthus speciosa Tree Wistaria Vanwykshout m S A no 222

Leucadendron argenteum.

Leucadendron argenteum, indigenous to the Western Cape, South Africa.

Celtis africana (White Stinkwood) this species, along with the exotic privet, are arguably the two most common trees we have to remove from our clients gardens. If your home is big enough then by all means plant a Celtis - at least 3 metres away from paving or walls - but for smaller gardens, rather consider one of the options

Celtis africana (White Stinkwood) this species, along with the exotic privet, are arguably the two most common trees we have to remove from our clients gardens. If your home is big enough then by all means plant a Celtis - at least 3 metres away from paving or walls - but for smaller gardens, rather consider one of the options

Schotia brachypetala - Schotia brachypetala (Weeping boer-bean) is a leguminous flowering tree - a woodland tree native to Africa south of the Zambezi River, where it occurs at middle altitudes - Google Search

Schotia brachypetala - Schotia brachypetala (Weeping boer-bean) is a leguminous flowering tree

The Jackalberry has a fantastic mutualism and symbiotic network with many living organisms, from human beings to small insects.

Diospyros Mespiliformis African Ebony/Jackalberry Jakkalsbessie S A no 606

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