Scientific name - Erica canaliculata
Popular names - Christmas Heather, Rinnige Heide.
Distribution and Habitat - a native of South Africa, Cape of Good Hope.
Description - shrub, stems 70-180 cm tall. Leaves dark green, linear, in whorl of 3. Campanula flowers, grouped in terminal panicule 30 cm long, white to pink-purple, dark brown anthers longer than the corolla. Blooms in January and February.
Growth rate - slow.
Tolerance - do not tolerate strong winds, drought tolerate.
Requirements - acid soil, well-drained, exhibits bright sunlight.
Management - the vegetation season, apply fertilizer to fiecae four weeks. Pruning should be applied after the period of prosperity.
Propagation - by semi-lignified seedlings, late summer. Diseases and pests - Verticillium sp.
Properties and Uses - a species used in ornamental parks and gardens.
Trees and shrubs
Drypetes natalensis (Harv.) Hutch
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
Harpephyllum caffrum - evergreen tree, endemic to southern Africa, Eastern Cape to KwaZulu-Natal and southern Mozambiqului, grows in coastal forests.
Dasiphora fruticosa - deciduu shrub, native of Asia, grows on wet soils and wet rocks.
Alnus incana (L.) Moench - white alder
Mano tree or shrub that can reach 20 m, with stem often crooked, crown with branches thick, upward, lush foliage, lujerii in young gray, pubescent. Bark smooth, shiny, whitish gray, the old copies, to the base with shallow cracks. Wide elliptical leaves up to ovata, by 4.10 cm long, 4-6 cm wide, rounded to the double needle and lobe, pointed, gray green face, white inside gray, furry, ready alternative.
Impatiens parviflora - species herbaceous annual. Hailing from northeast Asia, Europe grow in the forests of beech, river edges, from 500 to 1200 m altitude.
Petunia hybrida - herbaceous, annual, used as an ornamental species in parks, gardens and terraces. Hybrid species derived from Petunia integrifolia and Petunia axillaris by Atkins in 1834.
Herbaceous plants, roots rizomatoase, 2-4 mm in diameter. Stem erect, tube or fistiloase, foam, and longitudinally striated. Leaves basal, long petiolate (5-20 cm); language cordata, margine crenata, wavy carnoas, top obtuse, bright green. Caulinare Leaves are similar to those that are based only smaller sessile or subsesile.