South African Indigenous Plant Catalogue


  • Halleria elliptica

    Halleria elliptica

    Kinderbessie, Rock Tree Fuchsia

    Halleria elliptica is a hardy evergreen shrub, with very showy, orange-red, broadly tubular flowers in summer and winter. The olive green foliage turns purple in winter which contrasts beautifully with the orange-red flowers. It then bears fleshy fruit. The flowers and fruit attract birds and insec...
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  • Halleria lucida

    Halleria lucida

    Tree-Fuchia, Notsung, Murevhe, Leloetsi

    Halleria lucida is a hardy, evergreen, small to medium sized tree with attractive foliage and a graceful drooping habit. It bears orange or pale yellow tubular flowers which are borne from April to August. The flowers are borne along the woody stems (not on young branches) and are laden with nect...
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  • Haplocarpha scaposa

    Haplocarpha scaposa

    False gerbera, Melktou, khutsana, isikhali

    Haplocarpha scaposa is a very hardy, fast growing, deciduous perennial plant with a basal rosette of attractive large, grey-green leaves that have white woolly undersides. In its first season it starts to bear large yellow flowers on long stalks resembling the well-known Barberton Daisy. It blooms f...
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  • Harpephyllum caffrum

    Harpephyllum caffrum

    Wild Plum, Wildepruim, Umgwenya, Umgwenye

    Harpephyllum caffrum is a fairly hardy, large evergreen tree. It has attractive dark foliage with the odd red leaf in the crown. The small yellowish-green flowers are borne in terminal sprays from October to February. Male and female flowers are on separate trees, therefore only female plants bear ...
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  • Helichrysum argyrophyllum

    Helichrysum argyrophyllum

    Golden Guinea Everlasting, Vaalsewejaartjie

    Helichrysum argyrophyllum is a  hardy, evergreen, mat-forming ground cover or dwarf shrub has beautiful, small, grey leaves with silvery, white hairs. The clusters of papery, canary yellow flowers are carried well above the plant from December. to May. Each flower stays fresh on the plant for a...
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  • Helichrysum splendidum

    Helichrysum splendidum

    Geelsewejaartjie, Cape Gold, phefo-ea-loti

    Helichrysum splendidum is a hardy, evergreen, small, sprawling shrub that grows in moist though well-drained areas. The thin, silvery, aromatic, small leaves are woolly below and smell of lavender when crushed. It bears compact heads of yellow, papery flowers at the end of each branchlet in summ...
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  • Hermannia pinnata

    Hermannia pinnata

    Orange Hermannia, Poproos

    Hermannia pinnata is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant-flat growing groundcover with finely textured, light green foliage. It bears masses of beautiful, nodding, apricot coloured, bell-like flowers that are carried on relatively long stalks above the plant in early summer. Unusually for a ground...
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  • Hermannia saccifera

    Hermannia saccifera

    Komynbossie

    Hermannia saccifera is a hardy, compact, low, spreading, evergreen, drought resistant groundcover has shiny bright green leaves. Masses of bright yellow, pendulous, bell-like flowers are borne in early spring and make a wonderful show. This drought hardy plant looks beautiful cascading over walls ...
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  • Hesperantha coccinea

    Hesperantha coccinea

    Rooirivierlelie, Scarlet river lily

    Hesperantha coccinea [=Schizostylis] is a very hardy, mostly evergreen, bulbous plant with a fan of bright-green, strap-like leaves. It bears showy spikes of large, star-shaped flowers that cluster at the tips of slender stems from December to April. The colors vary from bright-scarlet to soft, pal...
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  • Heteromorpha trifoliata

    Heteromorpha trifoliata

    Common Parsley Tree, Gewone Pietersielieboom, Muthatha-vhanna, Serethe, Umbangandlala

    Heteromorpha trifoliata is a slender, very hardy, deciduous, drought resistant, fast growing tree. An attractive feature of this tree is its glossy, waxy, coppery coloured, peeling bark. The grey-green leaves which turn yellow and red in autumn smell of parsley when crushed, hence the common nam...
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