Scientific name - Drypetes natalensis (Harv.) Hutch
Synonyms - Drypetes zombensis Dunkley
Popular names - mjafari.
Distribution and Habitat - originating in South Africa, which grows in evergreen forests at over 1200 m altitude.
Description - small tree, 10 m high, branches edges. Leaves alternate, language narrow oblong or elliptic, round base, asymmetrical, margins deeply soirees, shiny dark green on the upper face, and green inside. Stipele linear, 0.1 cm. Flowers in bundles, appear in the armpit leaves and on old wood, male flowers are nested sepa 4.5, 0 petals, flowers were sepa Cadu female, ovary 1.2 lodges with 2 ovules per box. Blooms in September-October. Fruit drupe indehiscenta, global, 25 x 20 mm, yellow-orange.
Growth rate - slowly, 30 cm / 1 year. Build after the age of 5 years.
Tolerances - - tolerate moderate drought and frost.
Requirements - grows well in semi-shade (natural habitat), in full sun (cultivated in the garden).
Propagation - by seeds.
Diseases and pests --
Partners garden - Allophylus natalensis, CELTIS African Clausen anis, megalocarpus Croton, Diospyros inhacaensis, Diospyros natalensis, Euclea divinorum, Fagaropsis angolensis, Mimusops caffra, Ochna natalitia, Tecla gerrardii.
Properties and Uses - bark is used as a remedy for stomach ache and has properties purgatives. Wood is used for firewood, charcoal, wooden spoons.
Braam Van Wyk, Keith Coates Palgrave, Piet Van Wyk - Field Guide to Trees of Southern Africa - Stuik Publishers, 1997
Brian Morris, Jerome Msonthi - Chewa Medical Botany - Lit Verlag, 1995
David Johnson, Sally Johnson - Gardening with Indigenous Trees - Struik Publishers, 2002
Vincent Carruthers - The Wildlife of Southern Africa - Struik Publishers, 2005
Trees and shrubs
Evergreen shrub, 2-3 m high, stem thin, highly ramified, almost glabru. Leaves alternate, petiolate, membranous, paripenat compound, 2-3 pairs of folio; stipele linear, obsolete, or oblong-folio oblonga lanceolata, 5 x 1 cm, top acute or obtuse, base round and asymmetrical, the ventral green, glabra .
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