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Plant proteas this summer - Life is a Garden

The best of proteas and pincushions have been bred into a range of hybrid varieties especially designed for local gardens. Planning on adding ecologically indigenous water wise plants to your garden this summer? Now is the time to choose the celebrity’ plants of our fynbos region, proteas and pincushions (Leucospermum spp.). All thrive in the poor and acidic soils and their blooms will attract a variety of nectar-loving birds into your garden. Proteas and pincushions are also suitable for…

Leucospermum cordifolium, common name Pincushion Protea. A species of flowering shrub found only in the West Cape of South Africa. photo: KevinR.

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Leucospermum cordifolium, common name Pincushion Protea. A species of flowering shrub found only in the West Cape of South Africa. photo: KevinR.

Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia) - South Africa

Flame Lily - Indigenous #South African Native Bulbous

10 Gloriosa superba Seeds - Flame Lily - Indigenous South African Native Bulbous Climber | bidorbuy.co.za

Buy 10 Gloriosa superba Seeds - Flame Lily - Indigenous South African Native Bulbous Climber for R8.00

Clivia is a genus of durable shade plants in the Amaryllis family, native to South Africa.

Preparing For And Dreaming of Spring - The Martha Stewart Blog

Readers of this blog are always commenting that they love seeing photos of my farm, so I thought I would treat you to another little tour. It's actually [&hellip...

Chondropetalum tectorum (small Cape rush)  Native to South Africa; Zones 9 to 15; height 2 to 3 feet; part shade to full sun. An herbaceous plant that contributes appealing structure to the garden with its elegant vase-like habit. The dark green reedlike stems are divided into sections by attractive mahogany sheaths.

Chondropetalum tectorum (small Cape rush) Native to South Africa; Zones 9 to 15; height 2 to 3 feet; part shade to full sun. An herbaceous plant that contributes appealing structure to the garden with its elegant vase-like habit. The dark green reedlike stems are divided into sections by attractive mahogany sheaths.

Bulbine frutescens Orange - Orange African Bulbine. Native to desert grasslands of South Africa.

Bulbine frutescens 'Orange' - Orange African Bulbine