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Seeplakkie

Seeplakkie - Stabilises shifting sands with its extensive roots, building small hillocks. The thick waxy layer on its leaves reduces water loss. Fruits small and berry-like, purple when ripe.

Wandering Jew - The Wandering Jew is a prostrate perennial herb; the stems have long internodes, swollen nodes, rooted at the lower nodes; leaves alternate, bases sheathing, one borne at each node. The flowers are remarkably delicate and last for only a few hours.

The Wandering Jew is a prostrate perennial herb; the stems have long internodes, swollen nodes, rooted at the lower nodes;

Water Hyacinth - An aquatic plant with fleshy green leaves and a swollen petiole. The flowers are mauve in colour. The Water Hyacinth is a rampant invasive alien from Tropical America which smothers water surfaces.

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Rock Jasmine.

Rock Jasmine - A scrambler with lance-shaped leaves. The plant carries fragrant, star-shaped flowers which is white in colour with pink below.

Vlei Orchid.

This beautiful Vlei Orchid grows up to a height of 2 m when in flower, with small wrinkled leaves growing close to the surface of the ground and fragrant

Impala Lily flower (Adenium multiflorum) in the Kruger National Park Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 37273587 - Alamy

Impala Lily flower (Adenium multiflorum) in the Kruger National Park Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 37273587 - Alamy

Impala lily flower Adenium multiflorum Kruger National Park Limpopo Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 11892259 - Alamy

Impala lily flower Adenium multiflorum Kruger National Park Limpopo Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 11892259 - Alamy

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The Watsonia has a depressed globose corm, growing on several generations of old corms, which have a rather sparse fibrous covering. The four leaves

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This Reference Guide of Kruger Parks flora and fauna details descriptions, distribution and habitats of all the various species occurring in Kruger Park.

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The Impala Lily flowers mainly in July, but will also bloom as late as mid-September in places where it is cultivated. Flower size is about ± 5 cm across.

Blue Squill - The tuft of leaves at the top of the bulb grows up to full size of 400 mm during summer. Many of these are tiny plants only a few inches high with small flower-spikes in mauves, greens or dark blue. The inflorescence can grow up to 600 mm in height. Generally flowers in spring and early summer.

The tuft of leaves at the top of the bulb grows up to full size of 400 mm during summer. Many of these are tiny plants only a few inches high with small flower

Kudu Lily - A succulent shrub with a swollen stem and trailing branches armed with spines. The leaves are glossy green in colour with wavy margins. The flowering time of the Kudu Lily is during autumn and white coloured flowers appear.

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Sprawling Duneweed - An abundant coloniser of foredunes. Its stem, leaves and fruit are covered with turgid, swollen cells that give the plant a glistening appearance and may help reduce water loss.

Sprawling Duneweed - An abundant coloniser of foredunes. Its stem, leaves and fruit are covered with turgid, swollen cells that give the plant a glistening appearance and may help reduce water loss.

Guinea Grass - Guinea Grass is probably the most valuable grazing grass in its area of distribution. It is particularly palatable, delivers a high leaf production and usually occurs in abundance in good veld. The spikelets are very popular amongst seed-eating birds.

Guinea grass is a tufted perennial with 30 mm leaf blades. The grass Is highly palatable and favoured by all

Arctotheca populifolia - sea pumpkin.

Arctotheca populifolia - sea pumpkin.

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