Indigenous trees

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The beautiful flower of the Soetdoring boom, this thorn tree is indigenous to South Africa and seen all around the Klein Karoo. South African Flowers, Tree, African Plants, Fynbos, Acacia, Acacia Tree, African Flowers, Indoor Flowering Plants, African Tree

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The beautiful flower of the Soetdoring boom, this thorn tree is indigenous to South Africa and seen all around the Klein Karoo.

Bolusanthus speciosus (Tree wisteria) - tree wisteria is one of the most beautiful of South Africa

Bolusanthus speciosus (Tree wisteria) - tree wisteria is one of the most beautiful of South Africa's indigenous trees when in flower - it is a protected tree, meaning that removal, cutting or damaging of wild specimens is prohibited - Google Search

Fever Tree - Acacia xanthophloea Mimosaceae - Thorn tree family SA Tree no

Fever Tree - Acacia xanthophloea Mimosaceae - Thorn tree family SA Tree no 189 This tree is only found near permanent water sources, such as rivers, ... - trees in pictures - Google Search

Peltophorum africanum (African Weeping wattle) - The tree is fast growing and drought resistant, but is frost tender for the first three years.

Tree profile: African Wattle

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Celtis africana There is no doubt that this is an excellent tree to use in a landscape, and it is a rewarding garden tree. It gives shade in summer, and is fast and easy to grow under a wide range of conditions. Grows up to high in a garden.

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Olea europaea subsp. africana (Wild Olive) The Wild Olive has become one of the most widely used trees in Gauteng's parks and gardens. It is a very common species throughout Southern African, and is very hardy and frost tolerant. Although it is regularly planted in small gardens, we would advise owners of small gardens not to do so. This species will become a very large tree in time, and years from now you (or perhaps the next home owner) may find yourself having to cut it down due to its…

Olea europaea subsp. africana (Wild Olive) The Wild Olive has become one of the most widely used trees in Gauteng's parks and gardens. It is a very common species throughout Southern African, and is very hardy and frost tolerant. Although it is regularly planted in small gardens, we would advise owners of small gardens not to do so. This species will become a very large tree in time, and years from now you (or perhaps the next home owner) may find yourself having to cut it down due to its…

Erythrina lysistemon Scarlet Coral tree Native to South Africa It has also beautiful red seeds (beans). May be that is why it's sometimes called "Lucky Bean Tree" Found in the street in suburban Brisbane.

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Erythrina lysistemon Scarlet Coral tree Native to South Africa It has also beautiful red seeds (beans). May be that is why it's sometimes called "Lucky Bean Tree" Found in the street in suburban Brisbane.

Cussonia Spicata Cabbage Tree Gewone Kiepersol m S A no 564

Berchemia Zeyheri Tree Red/ Pink Ivory Rooi-ivoor/Rooihout 10 m S A no 450

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Sesbania Sesban River Bean Rivierboontjie m S A no

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Sesbania sesban - a fast-growing, nitrogen fixing African tree, popular in mixed improved fallows.. Photo: banana-tree.com.

Commiphora Marlothii Paperbark cork Papierbaskanniedood 13 m S A no 278

Commiphora marlothii

Commiphora marlothii is a small to medium-sized tree reaching heights of 5 m, occasionally 13 m (SA Tree No. 278). It often has a stout trunk, becoming a striking tree. The rugged granite rock terrain of its habitat helps, as do the sprawling branch postures and unusual shapes. There are also the sheets of loosely, dangling light-coloured bark adding visual impact. The tree exudes a yellowish, aromatic, milky latex when bruised. The wood is too soft for anything like carpentry. The species…