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Aloes and Drakensberg Photo

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Aloes and Drakensberg Photo'.

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Plant profile: Leonotis leonorus

This blog is an account of the volunteer-led xeric and drought tolerant ornamentals garden at Pennsylvania Ave and 18th St in San Francisco, CA.

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‘Sunbird on Wild Dagga Plant’ by HippyDi

'Sunbird on Wild Dagga Plant' by HippyDi. A weekend trip away on The West Coast near Cape Town, South Africa was rewarded with the appearance of beautiful Sunrbirds on a Wild Dagga Plant outside the house on Sunday morning.

View of “Cathedral Peak” Drakensberg Mountains KwaZulu -Natal, South Africa Photo by Martin Heigan South Afrika, Namibia, Kwazulu Natal, Paradise On Earth, Out Of Africa, Mountain Landscape, Beautiful Places To Visit, Wild Nature, Live

Cathedral Peak

A view of "Cathedral Peak", South Africa. Martin - [Home Page] [Photography Showcase] [My Free Photo App] [Flickr Profile] [Facebook] [Twitter] [My Science & Physics Page]

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Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus)

Wild Dagga also known as Lion's Tale or Wild Dagga, is an perennial evergreen herbaceous shrub native to South Africa. Highly ornamental bright yellow-orange flowers sit atop long stems with leathery toothed leaves. Wild Dagga flowers are very attractive pollinating insects and birds. Dagga was traditionally used by various tribes in Africa as a smoking herb. It's effects are comparable to cannabis in that they provide a mellow and relaxed sensation. The effects of this inebriation are mild…

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The best hiking destinations for beginners - The Travel Enthusiast

Hiking is an awesome way of visiting natural attractions, but the truth is that sometimes it can be awfully difficult. Those who are not used to physical effort will sometimes find it exhausting to follow in the footsteps of an experienced hiker who is used to climbing steep slopes and difficult terrain, and nobody likes …

Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus) Live Wild Dagga PlantShips in Biodegradable 4 Vegetable Garden For Beginners, Gardening For Beginners, Lion Flower, Nature Plants, Flower Planters, Orange Flowers, Botany, Evergreen, Shrubs

Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus)

Wild Dagga also known as Lion's Tale or Wild Dagga, is an perennial evergreen herbaceous shrub native to South Africa. Highly ornamental bright yellow-orange flowers sit atop long stems with leathery toothed leaves. Wild Dagga flowers are very attractive pollinating insects and birds. Dagga was traditionally used by various tribes in Africa as a smoking herb. It's effects are comparable to cannabis in that they provide a mellow and relaxed sensation. The effects of this inebriation are mild…