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Eragrostis chloromelas
Eragrostis chloromelas
It will be a good addition to a Highveld garden since it does not become too big. The birds love the seed.
Curly leaf
Aloe peglerae
Aloe peglerae
This is one of our most beautiful small aloes that is restricted to the Magaliesberg region.
Turks cap
Rothmannia capensis
Rothmannia capensis
Its most outstanding feature is its large, bell-like, scented, white flowers with maroon streaks in the throat.
Cape gardenia
Kalanchoe thyrsifolia
Kalanchoe thyrsifolia
Kalenchoe thyrsiflora forms a basal rosette of large rounded, fleshy leaves. The inflorescence can reach 1m.
White lady
Gnidia caffra
Gnidia caffra
It flowers in early Spring and is soon covered in masses of yellow flowers.
Bauhinia petersiana
Bauhinia petersiana
It has magnificent, frilly, large, fragrant white flowers in December and January that requires full sun to flower best.
White bauhinia
Commiphira mollis
Commiphira mollis
The mottled appearance of the bark makes this an attractive tree for a hot dry garden.
Velvet corkwood
Chasmatophyllum masculinum
This little vygie stays compact which makes it ideal as a groundcover that should not be rampant.
Tiger's jaw
Combretum heroense
Combretum heroense
The beautiful wavy edged foliage is a lovely olive-green colour in summer and then turns purple in autumn.
Russet bushwillow
Orthinogalum juncundum
Orthinogalum juncundum
Hardy, evergreen perennial bulbous plant has slender grass-like bright green leaves.
Grass leaved Chincherichee

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