Agapanthus praecox – Common Agapanthus, Aloe arborescens – Krantz Aloe Amaryllis belladonna, Asparagus sp, Bulbine sp, Chondropetalum tectorum, Clivia miniata – Clivia, Cotyledon orbiculata – Pig’s Ear, Crassula multicava – Fairy Crassula, Crinum bulbispermum and others, Crocosmia aurea – Falling Stars, Cussonia paniculata – Cabbage Tree, Dierama pendulum – Hairbell, Dombeya rotundifloia – Wild Pear, Eucomis autumnalis – Pineapple Flower, all ferns, Gerbera jamesonii – Barberton Daisy, Gloriosa superba – Flame Lily, Greyia sutherlandii – Natal Bottlebrush, Helichrysum petiolare – Imphepho, Hesperantha coccinea – River lily, Hypoestes aristata – Ribbon Bush, Kniphofia linerifolia and others, Leonotis leonurus – Wild Dagga, Plumbago auriculata – Cape Leadwort, Polygala virgata – Purple Broom, Scilla natalensis – Blue Squill, Strelitzia reginae – Crane Flower, Sutherlandia frutescens – Cancer Bush, Tulbaghia violacea – Wild Garlic, Veltheimia bracteata – Forest Lily, Zantedescia aethiopica – Arum Lily, Zantedescia rehmannii – Pink Arum, Zantedescia pentlandii – Yellow Arum Lily, Long lasting flowers need to be in a bucket of water as soon as they are picked, and they should stay there for 24 hours before going into a vase. This is best done in the morning with sharp scissors. Those with woody stems should have their stems crushed. Those with milky latex should have the ends burnt. or put into boiling water. Always remove the leaves that will be under water.