Searsia dissecta (Anacardiaceae) It is recognized by its distinct leaves and drupes. The leaves have unusually long petioles, the leaflets have sharply pointed teeth and the distinct yellow secondary veins reach to the margin while the drupes are relatively large, asymmetric and covered in minute little bumps. Dwarf, branched, deciduous suffrutex or shrublet to 1,5 m high. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. Locality : Clanwilliam. Date of harvest : October 2015.