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Marula trees are pockmarked. Photo courtesy of Steven Tan - Google Search

Marula trees are pockmarked. Photo courtesy of Steven Tan - Google Search

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Paw paw trees in south africa - The fruit of papayas is high in vitamin C. You can also pick the fruit when it is green and cook it like a marrow. Female and male flowers do not grow on the same tree, so you must have male and female trees in the garden. - Google Search

Paw paw trees in south africa - The fruit of papayas is high in vitamin C. You can also pick the fruit when it is green and cook it like a marrow. Female and male flowers do not grow on the same tree, so you must have male and female trees in the garden. - Google Search

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South Africa produces about 2 million 2kg boxes per year, 2500 ton fruit is sent to the local market and 1600 ton is sent to juicing facilities. Litchis are generally available from October to March and are a good source of vitamin C and are free from saturated fats, cholesterol and sodium.

South Africa produces about 2 million 2kg boxes per year, 2500 ton fruit is sent to the local market and 1600 ton is sent to juicing facilities. Litchis are generally available from October to March and are a good source of vitamin C and are free from saturated fats, cholesterol and sodium.

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The third most common tree in Kruger Park after the mopane and red bushwillow is the knob thorn (Vachellia (Acacia) nigrescens). It is a medium to large tree with a spreading crown, growing up to 16 metres tall. It is most easily recognizable in spring when its bright yellow flowers liven up the landscape. - Trees in Kruger Park | Kruger National Park | South Africa...

The third most common tree in Kruger Park after the mopane and red bushwillow is the knob thorn (Vachellia (Acacia) nigrescens). It is a medium to large tree with a spreading crown, growing up to 16 metres tall. It is most easily recognizable in spring when its bright yellow flowers liven up the landscape. - Trees in Kruger Park | Kruger National Park | South Africa...

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In the Kruger National Park we saw some exceptional trees, the humungous Baobab tree. - trees in pictures - Google Search

In the Kruger National Park we saw some exceptional trees, the humungous Baobab tree. - trees in pictures - Google Search

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There are two main kinds of palm trees in Kruger - the wild date palm (Phoenix reclinata) and the lala palm (Hyphaene atalensis). The wild date palm is more common in the south of the Park on the banks of rivers and spruits. Primates and birds enjoy the clusters of yellow-brown fruit, while elephants eat the leaves and stems. - Trees in Kruger Park | Kruger National Park | South Africa...

There are two main kinds of palm trees in Kruger - the wild date palm (Phoenix reclinata) and the lala palm (Hyphaene atalensis). The wild date palm is more common in the south of the Park on the banks of rivers and spruits. Primates and birds enjoy the clusters of yellow-brown fruit, while elephants eat the leaves and stems. - Trees in Kruger Park | Kruger National Park | South Africa...

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A large percentage of the trees in our area are acacias.  The knob thorn being one of them.  At this time of the year they stand out from the surrounding bush with their light yellow flowers.

A large percentage of the trees in our area are acacias. The knob thorn being one of them. At this time of the year they stand out from the surrounding bush with their light yellow flowers.

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