Africa Flowers Guide

Inpala Lilies

Devils Thorn

Small annual herb with trailing stems. Devils Thorn leaves are opposite and toothed; flowers are pink-mauve in colour and trumpet-shaped...
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Flame Lily

A climbing herb with glossy leaves which have twining tips which coil onto nearby bushes, in this way Flame Lily can use other plants as a support. The plant...
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Impala Lily

Impala Lily flowers mainly in July, but will also bloom as late as mid-September in places where it is cultivated. Flower size is about 5 cm across...
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Krantz Aloe

A multi-stemmed aloe with thick, yellow-green leaves. The leaves of Krantz Aloe are usually sharply toothed on the margins and are very juicy with a yellowish, slimy sap...
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Kudu Lily

A succulent shrub with a swollen stem and trailing branches armed with spines. The leaves of Kudu Lily are glossy green in colour with wavy margins. The flowering...
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Lebombo Aloe

Short-stemmed aloe with narrow, strap-like leaves; the leaves of Lebombo Aloe are pale green or brick-red in colour when in full sun. They are also sharply toothed on...
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Leopard Orchid

Epiphytic orchid with roots anchored on the branch of a tree, often in full sunlight. Leopard Orchid are fragrant yellow flowers, sometimes spotted brown, appear in August to September...
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Lucky Bean Creeper

The pods of this slender vine split open to reveal attractive scarlet and black seeds which are known as Lucky beans. They cling to the plant for a long period, being conspicuous during winter. Pod size: 7 cm ...
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Monkeys Tail

Wispy green leaves appear at the tips in spring of Monkeys Tail. Flowers follow in early summer, about November. Flower size 5cm long...
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Mountain Aloe

Mountain Aloe are tall, single-stemmed tree aloe with fleshy, blue-grey leaves, armed with small spines; they also contain a yellowish, slimy sap. The sap has been used to treat stomach ailments for many centuries...
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River Crinum

River Crinum is a robust lily with dark green, strap-like leaves with wavy margins. Snow white or pale pink, bell-shaped flowers appear in early summer; the buds are striped pink...
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River Vernonia

River Vernonia is a bushy shrub with broad oval leaves with wavy margins. Fluffy, pale lilac flowers in dense terminal clusters appear in autumn...
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Water Hyacinth

An aquatic plant with fleshy green leaves and a swollen petiole. The flowers are mauve in colour. The Water Hyacinth is a rampant invasive alien from Tropical America which smothers water surfaces...
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Wild Hibiscus

One of several yellow-flowered hibiscus typified by 5 large petals and branched style. Wild Hibiscus are slender shrubs or small trees with rough leaves and branches...
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Wild Foxglove

Tall annual herb with erect stems. Wild Foxglove Leaves are opposite, are 3-lobed and toothed. Flowers are pale pink or white in colour, elongate and trumpet-shaped...
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Wild Dagga

Wild Dagga are sparse shrub with tall, 4-angled stems which are square in cross-section. The leaves are in pairs, may be narrow or broad and are toothed; they are often hairy...
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