Twinstreams Indigenous Nursery and Landscaping Contact

Perfect for the Vase!
Monday, 03 February 2014 12:31

It is always important to consider all possible uses for your garden, weather your planting indigenous shrubs, trees or ground covers. If you come and have a look at our nursery you will see that there are so many fantastic indigenous plants to choose from. In this article we would like to provide you with a guideline to help you plant indigenous plants that would be perfect for use for the vases in your home. So while making your garden look spectacular with beautiful indigenous plants you can now make your home look beautiful and colourful as well. Please find the list bellow as a guideline, to plant fantastic plants which will produce beautiful flowers for your garden and home.

  • Agapanthus africanus – Dwarf Agapanthus

  • Agapanthus praecox – Common Agapanthus
  • Brachyleana discolor – Coast silver Oak (Leaves)
  • Bulbine frutescens – Stalked Bulbine (Yellow & Orange)
  • Carissa macrocarpa – Big Num-num (Flowers & Fruit)
  • Clivia miniata – Fire Lily
  • Combretum molle – Velvet Bushwillow (Dried four-winged fruits)
  • Crinum macowanii – River Crinum
  • Dodonaea angustifolia – Sand Olive (winged fruit capsules)
  • Eucomis comosa – Pink Pineapple Flower
  • Gardenia thunbergia – White Gardeniaalt
  • Gardenia volkensii – Savanna Gardenia
  • Kniphofia praecox – Red-hot Poker
  • Orthosiphon labiatus – Shell Bush
  • Polygala myritifolia – September Bush
  • Scadoxus puniceus – Paintbrush
  • Strelitzia reginea – Crane Flower
  • Tetradenia riparia – Misty Plume Bush
  • Tulbaghia fragrans – Sweet Garlic
  • Xylotheca kraussiana – African Dog-rose
  • Zantedeschia aethiopica – Arum Lily


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