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Tall indigenous trees


Acacia sieberiana - large and fast, deciduous

Acacia xanthophloea –large and fast, deciduous

Acacia galpinii and Acacia karoo – up to 10m


Celtis Africana – white stinkwood – deciduous- up to 25m


Harpephyllum caffrum –  wild plum evergreen – up to 25m


Kiggelaria  africana  – wild peach - evergreen – up to 15m tall with a wide canopy


Millettia grandis – umzimbeet – deciduous- 25m


Mimusops zeyheri – Tvl red milkwood – evergreen- 12m rounded crown



Fragrant Plants

Acacia ataxacantha Flame Thorn
Acacia eriloba Camel Thorn
Acacia galpinii Monkey Thorn
Acacia karroo Sweet Thorn
Acacia sieberiana Paperbark
Acacia tortilis Umbrella Thorn
Acacia xanthophloea Fever Tree
Acocanthera oppositifolia Bushman Poison
Albizia adianthifolia Flat Crown
Apodytes dimidiate White Pear
Asystasia gangetica Creeping Fox Glove
Buddleja auriculata Weeping Sage
Buddleja saligna False Olive
Buddleja salviifolia Sagewood
Bulbine capitata Scented Grass Bulbine


Shady Vertical garden using water loving plants

Vertical Garden in the shade

for water loving  plants



Adiantum cappillus-veneris

Cyrtomium falcatum

Pteris vittata




Zantedescia aethiopica

Cyperus prolifera



Fillers and “spillers”

Aptemia cordifolia

Asystasia gangetica

Falckia repens

Isolepsis cenua

Selaginella kraussiana



Retaining wall -succulents

Retaining Wall - Succulents
Aloe ballii - Ball's Cliff Aloe
Aloe cooperi - Cooper's Aloe
Aloe dyeri - Dyer's Aloe
Aloe striata/maculata - Coral Aloe
Aloe tenuior - Basuto Kraal Aloe 4 L
Aloe vanbalenii - Van Balen's Aloe
Aptenia cordata - Brakvygie
Bulbiine abyssinica - Golden Stars
Bulbine frutescens - Stalked Bulbine
Bulbine natalensis – Broad Leaved Bulbine
Carpobrotus - Sour Fig
Cotyledon orbiculata - Fire Sticks
Cotyledon orbiculata - Pig's Ear
Crassula capitella - Camp Fire


Retaining wall in the shade

Retaining Wall – Shade
Aptenia cordata – Brak Vygie
Asystasia gangetica - Creeping Foxglove
Chlorophytum - Gold Nugget
Chlorophytum bowkeri - Bowker's Chlorophytum
Chlorophytum comosum 'vittatum' – Hen & Chicks
Chlorophytum modestum - Dwarf Chlorophytum
Cineraria saxifragra - Wild Cineraria
Crassula capitella - Camp Fire
Crassula ernestii - Crassula Lanuginose var Pachystemon ex
Crassula expansa
Crassula multicava - Fairy Crassula
Crassula multicava - Ruby
Crassula nana
Crassula nudicaulis


Retaining wall in the sun

Retaining Wall – Full sun
Agapanthus praecox blue/white - Common Agapanthus
Aptenia cordata – Brak Vygie
Arctotis sp - Yellow Flower
Asparagus sprengeri - Emerald Fern
Asparagus sprengerii var mazeppa- Emerald Fern
Asystasia gangetica - Creeping Foxglove
Barlaria obtusa - Bush Violet
Barlaria repens 'purple prince' and pinks
Carissa green carpet - Dwarf Num Num
Carissa macrocarpa - Big Num Num
Cineraria saxifragra - Wild Cineraria
Crocosmia aurea –Yyellow & Orange
Delosperma cooperi - Pink Vygie


Day of Pink

What is the Day of Pink?

April 11, 2018 marks the International Day of Pink. It is a day where communities across the country, and across the world, can unite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.


Plants that horses don't eat

Horses don’t eat the following:

 Living in the heart of a horsey area, we are often asked what horses don’t eat.

I asked a friend who has many horses and is an avid gardener.

This is her list.


Searsia lancea

Olea Africana

Acacia sieberana

Acacia karoo

Any thorn tree will be avoided


Agapanthus blue and white

Aloes – all the prickly ones

Clivia miniata

Dietes grandiflora

Dietes bicolor

Dietes iridoides



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