Plants in my Garden 2011

Anisdontea scabrosa
Shrub to approximately 1.8m, bearing small pink flowers.

Aponogeton distachyos
Commonly known as Waterblommetjies. Found in dams and ponds of the South Western Cape.

Aptenia cordifolia
Fast spreading, drought tolerant ground cover from the South Eastern Coast of SA.

Asystasia gangetica
Ground cover found mostly in the eastern parts of South Africa. Grows well under trees, but also in full sun.

Barleria obtusa
Shrub with soft hairy leaves. Variable height up to 2m depending on conditions. Found in mostly the eastern parts of SA up to Mpumulanga.

Bulbine frutescens
Low growing spreading plant with succulent leaves. Sap from the leaves is excellent for healing cuts and insect bites or stings.

Crassula coccineae
Succulent, grows up to 400mm. Found mostly in rocky sandstone in the Western Cape. Produces bright red flowers in Dec/Jan.

Erica sessiflora

Ficinia indica

Freylinia lanceolata

Gazania rigens
Ground cover with soft grey hairy leaves. yellow daisy type flowers appear for most of the year.

Geranium incanum
Low growing ground cover with fine feathery leaves, masses of purple flowers, mine has also produced some white flowers. Tolerates full sun and drought.

Grewia occidentalis
Multi stemmed tree, sometimes scrambling habit in forests. Purple flowers and four lobed edible fruits.

Indigofera jucunda
Tree up to 4 metres. Lovely soft foilage of compound leaves. Produces masses of delicate pink flowers in mid summer.

Kiggelaria africana

Leonitus leonarus

Lobostemon fruticosus

Maurocenia frangula
Can find very little info on this tree - your input would be appreciated.

Orphium frutescens

             Pelargonium peltatum

Pelargonium ??
Can't remember this one - can you help?

Pelargonium ??
Don't know this one either - any ideas?

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