Coleonema pulchellum (Rutaceae) It grows along the East coast of South Africa. It bears masses of pink flowers during autumn and spring and releases an aromatic fragrance when leaves are crushed. It? is an evergreen, erect, dense shrub and reaches a height of 0.8 to 1 m. Sowing :? The optimum time for sowing is during autumn. Seed are cleaned and sown on a prepared medium of sand and compost in equal parts in a seed tray. Cover seed with a thin layer of bark and water. Place seed trays in a covered area with good light and ventilation. Keep seed trays damp and germination will take place within 1 to 2 months. Locality : Grahamstown. Date of harvest : July 2017.