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Pterocarpus rotundifolius – Bloodwood – dopperkiaat

Pterocarpus rotundifolius is a deciduous tree with an open crown and a mature height of about 10m. In South Africa, it occurs naturally from KwaZulu-Natal in the south, through Swaziland, Mpumalanga, Limpopo (Northern Province) to the northern parts of North-West Province. This tree is also indigenous to Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia. The bark is velvety [...]

By |2019-09-02T11:45:59+02:00September 2nd, 2019|Tree of the Week|Comments Off on Pterocarpus rotundifolius – Bloodwood – dopperkiaat

Syzygium paniculatum – Brush cherry – Magenta lilly pilly

The brush cherry is a beautiful fast-growing tree or shrub originating from Australia. It belongs to the myrtle family and is related to the gums or eucalypts. This tree has a long-life cycle of 40 to 150 years and when established, it can endure relatively long periods of drought. This tree has a natural rounded [...]

By |2019-08-08T14:29:23+02:00August 8th, 2019|Tree of the Week|Comments Off on Syzygium paniculatum – Brush cherry – Magenta lilly pilly

Dodonaea viscosa var Angustifolia – Sand olive – Sandolien – Muputepute

Dodonaea viscosa is a multi-stemmed shrub/small tree named after a Flemish botanist Rembert Dodoens. It is evergreen with a maximum height of 7m. The distribution of the Sand olive stretches from Tropical Africa in the North to the Southern Cape in the South, also throughout the subtropics and tropics of other parts of the world. [...]

By |2019-07-18T12:01:23+02:00July 18th, 2019|Tree of the Week|Comments Off on Dodonaea viscosa var Angustifolia – Sand olive – Sandolien – Muputepute
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