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Sweet Prickly Pear.

Sweet Prickly Pear


Africa Flowers Guide Information: A succulent shrub or small tree with paddle-shaped stems armed with spines. This plant is leafless. It is also an invasive alien from Central America
Rock Aloe.

Rock Aloe


Africa Flowers Guide Information: Small stemless aloe with thick, blue-green leaves. The leaves are usually sharply toothed on the margins and are very juicy with a yellowish, slimy sap
Flame Lily

Flame Lily


Africa Flowers Guide Information: A climbing herb with glossy leaves which have twining tips which coil onto nearby bushes, in this way the plant can use other plants as a support. The
Lebombo Aloe

Lebombo Aloe


Africa Flowers Guide Information: Short-stemmed aloe with narrow, strap-like leaves; the leaves are pale green or brick-red in colour when in full sun. They are also sharply toothed on
Poker.

Poker


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The most conspicuous characteristic feature of this plant, is the perfect arrangement of the flowers. The leaves grow to a length of about 1 m; the
Gazania

Gazania


Africa Flowers Guide Information: This particular plant grows flat against the surface of the ground and almost looks like a small spot of sunshine in the veld. It grows up to a height of
Mountain Aloe.

Mountain Aloe


Africa Flowers Guide Information: 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
Travellers Joy.

Travellers Joy


Africa Flowers Guide Information: common name Travellers Joy. The colour of the flowers range from cream-coloured to white, they are without any petals, but have four crown-shaped sepals
Vlei Orchid.

Vlei Orchid


Africa Flowers Guide Information: This beautiful orchid grows up to a height of 2 m when in flower, with small wrinkled leaves growing close to the surface of the ground and fragrant
Wild Ginger.

Wild Ginger


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The rootstock of the Wild Ginger does not only smell like ginger, but also tastes like it. The Wild Ginger is part of the Ginger family and carries a
Watsonia.

Watsonia


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The Watsonia has a depressed globose corm, growing on several generations of old corms, which have a rather sparse fibrous covering. The four leaves
Candelabra Flower

Candelabra Flower


Africa Flowers Guide Information: A bulbous perennial herb which grows up to 500 mm in height. The bulb, covered with brown membranous tunics, has a width of 200 mm. Two to six broad
Blood Lily

Blood Lily


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The Blood Lily is quite a magnificent flower. It grows up to 500 mm in height and has a red-brown spotted flowering stem and glossy green, wave-like
Pyjama Flower.

Pyjama Flower


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The Pyjama Flower is a perennial herb; the rootstock is a small corm and up to 1,5 cm in diameter. About three linear green leaves are borne at the
Wandering Jew.

Wandering Jew


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The Wandering Jew is a prostrate perennial herb; the stems have long internodes, swollen nodes, rooted at the lower nodes; leaves alternate, bases
Water Hyacinth.

Water Hyacinth


Africa Flowers Guide Information: 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
Leopard Orchid

Leopard Orchid


Africa Flowers Guide Information: Epiphytic orchid with roots anchored on the branch of a tree, often in full sunlight. Fragrant yellow flowers, sometimes spotted brown, appear in August
River Vernonia.

River Vernonia


Africa Flowers Guide Information: Bushy shrub with broad oval leaves with wavy margins. Fluffy, pale lilac flowers in dense terminal clusters appear in autumn.
Rock Jasmine.

Rock Jasmine


Africa Flowers Guide Information: A scrambler with lance-shaped leaves. The plant carries fragrant, star-shaped flowers which is white in colour with pink below.
Wild Hibiscus.

Wild Hibiscus


Africa Flowers Guide Information: One of several yellow-flowered hibiscus typified by 5 large petals and branched style. These plants are slender shrubs or small trees with rough leaves
Golden Cleome

Golden Cleome


Africa Flowers Guide Information: Delicate, open-branched herb with thin compound leaves. The yellow flowers have purple bases and distinctive protruding stamens.
River Crinum.

River Crinum


Africa Flowers Guide Information: 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
Castor Oil Bush

Castor Oil Bush


Africa Flowers Guide Information: Small shrub with waxy stems and large star-shaped leaves. This species of plant is an invasive alien from North East Africa. The Casteroil Bush has spiny
Kudu Lily

Kudu Lily


Africa Flowers Guide Information: A succulent shrub with a swollen stem and trailing branches armed with spines. The leaves are glossy green in colour with wavy margins. The flowering
Pineapple Flower.

Pineapple Flower


Africa Flowers Guide Information: The Pineapple Flower is a perennial herb; the rootstock is a bulb, 10 cm in diameter and flat at the base with numerous white roots. The leaves are

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