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Abrus precatorius

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Abrus precatorius (Fabaceae) A small climbing tropical vine with alternately compound leaves. The flowers are small, pale, violet to pink and arranged in clusters. The fruit (a pod) is flat and truncate - shaped. This seedpod curls back when it opens to r 
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Abutilon angulatum

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Abutilon angulatum (Malvaceae). Robust, erect perennial, 1-3 m. Stems glaucous, velvety, distinctly angled. Flowers yellow to apricot-orange, opening in the afternoon. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer in a we 
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Acacia erioloba

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Acacia erioloba. 
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Acacia karoo

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Acacia karoo (Fabaceae). Sweet Thorn (e), Soetdoring (a), umuNga (z), Leoka (s). Very hardy, semi-deciduous, fast growing, and drought resistant tree. Abundant, fragrant, yellow, puffball flowers adorn the tree intermittently, in response to rain, through 
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Afzelia quanzinensis

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Afzelia quanzinensis 
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Agathosma collina

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Agathosma collina. 
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Albizia brevifolia

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Albizia brevifolia (Leguminocae) Deciduous shrub or small to medium-sized tree. Branchlets often spine-tipped. Leaves typically as broad as they are long, blueish to blue-green. Flowers in fluffy, semi-spherical heads, creamy-white. Pods up to 27 cm long, 
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Albizia forbesii

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Albizia forbesii. (Leguminosae) Broad-pod albizia. A tree up to 20m with drooping branches and creamy-white fluffy flowers that appear in summer. Locality : Pietersburg. Date of harvest : May 2011. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer in a well drained medium 
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Albizia harveyi

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Albizia harveyi (Mimosaceae) A small to medium sized tree with a slender rounded crown. The young growth are a golden velvet colour. Flowers are cream to white and appear in summer. 
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Albizia petersiana

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Albizia petersiana (Fabaceae). This tree can reach 4-5 m, with multiple branches from near the base, bark grey and smooth, compound leaves. Flowers in rounded heads, white and red. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer. 
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Alepidea amatymbica

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Alepidea amatymbica (Apiaceae) larger tinsel flower (Eng.); kalmoes (Afr.); Iqwili (Xhosa); ikhathazo (Zulu). It is a robust erect plant that can grow up to 2m high. The margins of the leaves are toothed. The inflorescence is widely branched, with a numbe 
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Amellus microglossus

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Amellus microglossus (Asteraceae). Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn in a well drained medium. 
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Amellus strigosus

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Amellus strigosus (Asteraceae). It is native to the winter grwowing areas of South Africa. It is a perennial plant with purple daisy like flowers. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn. 
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Amellus tenuifolius

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Amellus tenuifolius (Compositae). Grysastertjie(a). Perennial with grey and twisted leaves. The flowers appear in early summer and are daisy like - the centre is yellow and the petals lilac. They love growing in sandy soils. 
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Anchusa capensis

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Anchusa capensis (Boraginaceae) Forget-me-not(e), vergeet-my-nie(a) It is a vigorous herb with tall stems of blue flowers shooting up from clumps of bright green leaves. The long narrow leaves are soft, but rough and hairy when touched. Each plant has man 
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Anemoon tenuifolia

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Anemoon tenuifolia 
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Annezorhiza grandiflora

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Annezorhiza grandiflora (Apiaceae) Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Anthospermum aethiopicum

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Anthospermum Aethiopicum 
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Aptosimum lineare

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Aptosimum lineare 
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Arctotheca populifolia

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Arctotheca populifolia. 
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