Fotograaf - Candice Askham
Sometimes also called sugarbushes, the Protea was named by Carl Linnaeus after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his form at will, because proteas have such different forms. Proteas belong to th
'protea' by Sue Fuller.
Trots SA/ Proudly South African Foto: Candice Ashkam www.leef.co.za
Proteas - the South African national flower - a fantastic, patriotic addition to the garden. However, many Proteas need a little extra attention to detail.
Protea 'Madlba'...Sold in bunches of 10 stems from the Flowermonger the wholesale floral home delivery service.
A gallery of daily painting by Heidi Shedlock
5 Seeds w/Instructions - Smoke primer included Protea is the largest, widespread and most known genus in the Proteaceae family. The name was given
Protea Dracomontana Drakensberg Sugarbush Drakensbergsuikerbos
69 Likes, 5 Comments - Forage & Flower (@forageandflower) on Instagram: “The most regal of them all, and hands down one of our favorite imports! #kingprotea #loveit…”