Indigenous garden plants South Africa

A - Z South African indigenous plants . Search the plant database by Botanical name, or use the Search Site to enter common or botanical names Edible indigenous plants offer a great way to eat well and garden with indigenous plants. The Botanical Society of South Africa encourages the wise use of indigenous plants in southern Africa. Good Hope Garden Nursery shared some great tips on indigenous plants that you can easily grow and harvest in your very own garden for medicinal remedies.

Savanna-style Along a quiet residential road in the hills above Durban is a sun-drenched savanna-style garden of thorn trees, aloes and wild grasses reminiscent of the Lowveld region around the Kruger National Park, considered by many to be the 'real' Africa. It is remarkable how well-established is this young garden Growwild - Purposefully Indigenous Grow Wild is a nursery specializing in the propagation of plants indigenous to Southern Africa. We grow a wide variety of trees, shrubs, groundcovers, bulbs and aloes. If what you want is not available at Grow Wild we will try and source for you Grasaalwyn, Broad Leaved Grass Aloe, Lisheshelo, isiPhukuthwane, Aloe boylei is a very hardy, deciduous grass Aloe with large flat, upright, broad leaves that end in a point and have a few white spots at the base and white teeth on the margins. It blooms from November to February in a flattish inflorescence Our indigenous perennials are not only grown as decorative plants in our gardens, many are African herbal plants used in traditional healing. These include agapanthus, aloe, arum, bulbine, pelargonium, Leonotis leonurus, scabious and tulbaghia

Plectranthus species (Spurflowers) South Africa is host to more than 40 species of Plectranthus, some of which are endemic to limited areas of the country, while others can be grown more widely. Plectranthus generally prefer a semi-shaded position in morning sun/afternoon shade or in the dappled shade of larger trees Creating an exciting garden in any shaded area! GardenShop is more than a nursery. Step into a sanctuary filled with gardening inspiration, garden ideas, indigenous and flowering plants, plus a wide selection of on-trend flower pots, top quality bird feeders, exquisite patio furniture and classic garden décor

Some examples of plants with these types of leaves are the camphor bush (Tarchonanthus), coastal silver oak (Brachylaena discolor), mock olive (Buddleia saligna) and the beach salvias. Leaves with a shiny or waxy coating that reflect the sun, reduce surface evaporation and deflect salt The Carissa Macrocarpa is a shrub commonly known in South Africa as the Natal Plum or the Num-Num. The berries are what makes this plant unique, and why it was given the interesting nickname. It's full of delightful flavours, which is why it is used for making jams. The berries can be eaten raw and taste a little like cranberries Agapanthus is one of the most popular plants in South Africa, and is cultivated world-wide. The beautiful blue or white blooms look stunning during the summer flowering season, and help to liven up an otherwise dull area of the garden. The evergreen foliage provides colour throughout the year, and the plants can withstand a fair amount of neglect Plectranthus saccatus, Hypoestes aristata, and Aloe dyeri form the backdrop to fat, bright green leaves and sun-yellow flowers of Bulbine natalensis 5 Fragrant climbers we love. Climbers add essential height to a garden. Here are five of our favourites. 1. Solanum jasminoides. The blue or white potato vine, Solanum jasminoides (not to be confused with the alien invasive S. seaforthianum) has small clusters of fragrant dainty light-blue or white flowers in spring to late autumn

Veggies and useful plants are also features of traditional cottage garden, rosemary, lavender, artichokes and cabbages are all attractive edible plants that can be incorporated in your overgrown cottage garden. Don't forget to scatter herbs and insect repelling plants like: marigolds, nasturtiums, petunias, mint, lemon thyme and basil Agapanthus praecox Agapanthus are one of the most popular plants in South Africa, and are cultivated worldwide. The beautiful blue or white blooms look stunning during the summer flowering season, and help to liven up an otherwise dull area of the garden. Agapanthus are one of the most popular plants in South Africa, and are cultivated worldwide As a landscaper who specialises in indigenous, wildlife-friendly gardens, I draw my inspiration from nature and strive to create gardens that contribute to the biodiversity of an area. In my journey, I see spectacular plants and the fascinating creatures that co-exist with them. This plant book shares a constantly growing collection of the.

The Botanical Society of South Africa supports indigenous cultivating, mindfulness about protection, and the shrewd utilization of indigenous plants in southern Africa. Great Hope Garden Nursery shared some incredible tips on indigenous plants that you can undoubtedly develop and gather in your own one of a kind patio nursery for restorative. Herewith are our top 10 indigenous trees for small gardens on the South African highveld: Heteropyxis natalensis (Lavender Tree) With its pale bark, beautiful shape, and semi-deciduous foliage, the Lavender Tree, Heteropyxis natalensis, is one of our favourite small garden trees

The Bacopa 'Breeze White' is the only upright white available in South Africa. It has star-shaped white blooms with a distinctive yellow eye. It is compact, well branched and does not lose its shape. This makes it particularly suitable as a bedding plant. It grows in ordinary garden soil, in a sunny or partially shaded position and should. After the plants die back, the baskets are objects in their own right, lending rustic structure to the kitchen gardens. For more of this garden, see Babylonstoren Greenhouse: An Idyllic Garden. Society Garlic. Above: Native to South Africa, society garlic (Tulbaghia violacea) is a worthy addition to the herb garden and is not that genteel. It. SHADE. Note the light conditions of each plant; some enjoy light shade, others semi-shade. Placing correctly is crucial for successful shade gardening. Trees Shrubs Perennials Succulents Groundcovers Bulbs Here are our top 10 plants for creating a butterfly garden in South Africa. The best way to attract butterflies is to plant nectar providing plants, host plants and provide fresh water. Have a look at our top 10 plants for attracting butterflies to gardens in South Africa

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  1. We know what indigenous trees and shrubs tickled us pink but what about the flowers for a pink palette garden?. If you are looking to plant a pink palette landscape there are loads of indigenous varieties of flowers, that come in a variety of shades of pink from ballerina pink to coral to brighter shades
  2. The authors of this article identified and photographed common toxic weeds, trees and garden plants in and around Pretoria, Gauteng. These plants are common throughout most of South Africa and knowledge of these plants can be useful to staff working in emergency centres
  3. The anthophytes are a grouping of plant taxa bearing flower-like reproductive structures. They were formerly thought to be a clade comprising plants bearing flower-like structures. The group contained the angiosperms - the extant flowering plants, such as roses and grasses - as well as the Gnetales and the extinct Bennettitales.. Detailed morphological and molecular studies have shown that the.
  4. Putting a South African spin on it. Text and photographs: Loren Shirley-Carr. Article from the April 2012 issue of Garden and Home Magazine. The country look goes local as natural garden experts Michelle Seddon and Roy Trendler reveal the secrets to creating English cottage-style and meadow gardens using indigenous plants

This website celebrates the plants of southern Africa. Try the Advanced Search to refine your Plants of the Week search and find plants suited to your garden or for a specific purpose. We have added a new Gardening with South African Plants section to the Information Library where we will be putting all gardening related topics South Africa has a vast and beautiful array of indigenous plant species. They thrive in their natural conditions, and many are also water-wise or drought-tolerant , making them a logical choice for your garden Perennials play an important part in creating a beautiful and successful garden. Euryops pectinatus Perennials are plants that reappear year after year, unlike annuals that flower for one season then die. Life is a garden when you make it more interesting and beautiful by growing indigenous perennials. Perennials have so many wonderful uses in the garden - they can be grown singly or in. Welcome to the home page of South Africa's oldest and best known indigenous plants nursery. We are your natural choice for quality indigenous plants. We offer a large choice of plants that are indigenous to southern Africa. You can expect friendly service and knowledgeable staff

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South Africa has a fabulous array of indigenous flowers that enhances the country's natural beauty and diversity. One of South Africa's marvels is its incredible diversity of plant and flower species found in the Cape Floral Kingdom (or the Cape Floristic Region) on the country's Western Cape Petal Faire Nursery is a retail nursery run from our home in Pretoria - Colbyn, South Africa. We stock a wide selection of rare, hard-to-find exotic and indigenous plants. At least sixty percent of our plants are home grown. We do not grow a large number of any one kind of plant. Order you plants online. I have an excellent selection of interesting exotic and indigenous perennials, shrubs and. The striking bold colours of this indigenous beauty clearly dispel all and any suggestions that indigenous gardens have to be dull, dreary and boring. The genus Osteospermum belongs to the plant family Compositae (Asteraceae) commonly known as the Daisy family. The plant originates from South Africa, hence the common name 'African Daisy', or Cape Daisy. Osteospermums are relatively new to. In addition, many other succulents and other plants lend beauty and colour to the garden throughout the year. There is a wide range of indigenous bulbs in the garden, including species of Eucomis, Haemanthus Hypoxis, Ledebouria, Scilla, etc. There are also several attractive and aromatic shrubs like Pelargonium and Plectranthus This is a plant for all areas. For a pot on the veranda, a hanging basket in the garden, a sunny spot or for shade. This succulent displays beautifully with its large round leaves also called 'pig's ears' because of the red rim around the edge of the leaf. The plan attracts birds and bees and is a statement plant for any water-wise garden

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Indigro is a small local nursery grown as if by accident from the love and concern about our indigenous plants and is run by Ann van Eijk. We are growers of a large variety of indigenous plants and trees of South Africa and produce 90% of our own stock that we gladly make available to to all at wholesale prices To celebrate National Heritage Day, here's a collection of some of South Africa's most fabulous indigenous flowers (including SA's national flower, the King Protea)as seen at the Sunday Tribune Garden Show in Pietermaritzburg this past weekend.(Update: View more indigenous flowers of South Africa, 2016.). All photographs by Lorraine Scholfield (thank you!) Succulents are low-water plants but they are not no-water plants. Too much water will cause the red and maroon colours to fade to green, and many plants will over grow and become too fleshy. Succulents will look their best when the soil is allowed to dry out between waterings.Water less during the winter months when succulents have a rest period Poisonous plants grow in every garden in South Africa. They form an important part of our indigenous flora, and therefore it is not practical to eradicate them all. It is more important to get to know more about them. Systemic plant poisoning is rare due to the fact that small amounts are usually ingested

Indigenous plant species that stand out as important forage for South African beekeepers include: fynbos plant species (e.g. ericas, proteas and mesembs), several species of aloe (including mountain aloe), shrubs like wild asparagus and buchus, and indigenous trees such as Vachellia karroo (sweet thorn) and Ziziphus mucronata (buffalo thorn). Man Indigenous Flowering Plants of South Africa. 1,015 likes · 1 talking about this. A place where amateur botanists and other people who love our indigenous flora can meet, and maybe swop seeds and bulbs Druid's Garden https://druids.garden Indigenous medicinal plants products; Emingeni Herbals Tel: 011 420 1470 www.herbalafrica.co.za The leaders in Natural Traditional African Medicines eThekwini Municipality www.durban.gov.za In terms of market size, Durban is one of the largest regional markets for medicinal plants in South Africa. South America has more plant species than Africa, despite the fact that the latter continent is nearly twice as large. Simply so, what are the 10 plants? In your garden, in your patio, and even in your kitchen there are plants that yield unexpected benefits

Having completed four years of study at Kingston University, London and successfully completing a BA Hons degree and Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture in 2010, I emigrated to South Africa with the ambition to begin the final stage of the UK's Landscape Institute's Pathway to Chartership and South Africa's SACLAP candidacy registration to become a Chartered Landscape Architect The third garden we visited was the indigenous garden of artist Andrea Desmond-Smith. Because her garden plot was deemed unsuitable for cultivation due to the high content of stone and rock, it remains one of the few indigenous gardens developed on unspoilt ground that has maintained a truly natural habit for its indigenous plants to prosper Rare and Endangered Plants. The Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers (CREW) programme involves volunteers from the public in the monitoring and conservation of South Africa's threatened plants. The programme is a partnership between SANBI and the Botanical Society of South Africa (BotSoc). If you spot any of these plants, please.

nae, a native of the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal that has become a garden favourite worldwide. It symbolises the commitment of the National Botanical Institute to promote the sustainable use, conservation, appreciation and enjoyment of the exceptionally rich plant life of South Africa, for the benefit of all its people This Pin was discovered by Robyn Ambler. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest

Climbers and Creepers. Antigonon leptopus (Coral (Honolulu) creeper) Climbers and Creepers. Argyreia speciosa (Small wood rose) Climbers and Creepers. Aristolochia littoralis (Calico flower, Dutchman's pipe) Climbers and Creepers. Asparagus falcatus (Large forest asparagus, Sicklethorn, Yellowwood asparagus) Climbers and Creepers Indigenous Plants Of South Africa. Displaying top 8 worksheets found for - Indigenous Plants Of South Africa. Some of the worksheets for this concept are William kentridge is one of south africas most prominent, Biodiversity and conservation, 1 social sciences geography, Economic geography agriculture, Population ecology exam questions, Plant propagation, Grade 6 history term 4, Platinum. Beeplants of South Africa by M.F. Johannsmeier - Sources of nectar, pollen, honeydew and propolis - is an amazing reference book of great bee food, detailing exactly what values of nectar or pollen to expect. Buy a copy from NHBS online or for those more inclined to electronic versions, you can reference the book via the SANBI website This scrambling indigenous plant is grown for its abundant trusses of pale sky-blue flowers; 'Royal Cape' is a wonderful hybrid with dark cobalt-blue flowers, and 'Alba' has pure white blooms which glow in the twilight. Flowers can appear sporadically during the growing season, but are especially prolific in mid to late summer

Of the species listed, Euphorbia mauritanica makes an attractive garden plant if looked after in the garden.The rest, as well as several others of the unique South African species such as E. obesa, make attractive potted plants provided they get enough sunlight and not too much water. Euphorbia ingens and E. cooperi are two of South Africa 's largest succulent trees, obviously suitable only. Garden in Nelspruit, Indigenous Plants in Nelspruit, Nursery Plant in Nelspruit. Established in 1994, Mountainview Nursery is an accredited SAMAC Macadamia tree nursery. Our PLAN (T) IT programme let's the buyer get substantial discounts at higher volumes, making the combination of high quality at the best prices a reality Low Maintenance Garden Plants South Africa. A truly low maintenance garden diy grounded landscaping home dzine ideas design clean lines and uncluttered designs also work well with indigenous south africa dyi 9 for small gardens homify ssg holdings succulent border landscape installation in port elizabeth picket lane South Africa boasts a world of plants that are both fascinating and beautiful. These range from the fine grasses of the Free State Province and scrubby bushes of the Karoo Region to the dense greenery of the Garden Route forests and the mountain plains of the country's inland.. South Africa is home to more than 22 000 indigenous seed plants from almost 230 different families The herbal plant which has scientific name Coleonema pulchellum is native to South Africa because this plant will grow optimally under a direct exposure of sun light and in well-drained soil condition. So, there is no better place for this plant to grow but in South Africa where sun shines very bright and the soil is very dry

South Africa is home to some of the world's most varied succulent flora. Of special interest to rock gardeners are these cold-hardy living stone plants that camouflage themselves with fantastic succulent foliage, flowering in late spring/summer with a stunning rainbow of colors Pelargonium inquinans 'red' is a beautiful plant commonly referred to as the scarlet geranium [1].This species is part of the genus Pelargonium (family Geraniaceae), and is an indigenous shrub found in the south-western Cape of South Africa.Pelargonium inquinans 'red' is one of the ancestors of the hybrid line of horticultural Pelargoniums, referred to as the zonal group

South Africa's plant life. 17 May 2017. South Africa's large areas of semi-desert scrub and grassland might suggest a certain poverty of plant life. Aside from the fact that a tract of pristine grassland can hold up to 60 grass species, nothing could be further from the truth. Namaqualand is dry, rocky and desert-like for the most of the. May 21, 2013 - Amazing HEALING Properties of BULBINELLA (Bulbine frutescens) INDIGENOUS TO South Africa This plant should be a part of every South African Garden. It has a stunning array of yellow flowers, and it's medicinal properties are amazing Welcome to Gardening in South Africa! This indigenous plant is known for its resiliency and tenacity, tolerating a wide range of growing conditions. It is highly variable in growth habit, depending on the climate in which it is grown and occurs as a small to large, multi-stemmed shrub; or a small tree. In the garden the plant is.

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The first species of Pelargonium known to be cultivated was P. triste, a native of South Africa. It was probably brought to the Botanical Garden in Leiden before 1600 on ships which had stopped at the Cape of Good Hope. In 1631, the English gardener John Tradescant the elder bought seeds from Rene Morin in Paris and introduced the plant to England Gardening with Indigenous Trees and Shrubs By: David & Sally Johnson in the Home & Garden category for sale in Durban (ID:523160212

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Plant List. We have an extensive database of Indigenous plants to help you find the perfect addition to your garden. Use the Plant Search at the top to search for a specific plant by title or keyword. Use the Plant Filters on the side or bottom to narrow down the plant list by Flower colour, Plant type, etc The Botanical Society of South Africa encourages indigenous gardening, awareness about conservation, and the wise use of indigenous plants in southern Africa. Good Hope Garden Nursery shared some great tips on indigenous plants that you can easily grow and harvest in your very own garden for medicinal remedies and exciting culinary experiences There are many indigenous nurseries in South Africa and, of course, many normal nurseries sell indigenous plants. Below, we have listed some indigenous nurseries that may be of use to you. Please note that we have no special relationship with theses nurseries and cannot guarantee their sales or service South Africa is the home of a large number of indigenous plants. Though many people imagine South Africa to be a land of endless grasslands and savannahs, the country is the only one on Earth which completely contains an entire plant kingdom, the Cape Floristic. According to South Africa.info, 10 percent of all the flowering species of plants.

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The lower 27 acres is a cultivated garden and contains 3000 species of plants, mostly succulents. Most notable were the aloes, many of which were still in bloom. The hills above the garden are home to 400 plant species that are naturally indigenous to the garden's premise The dietary shift from indigenous and traditional plants (ITPs) to cash crops and exotic plant food sources increases the risk of malnutrition and other nutrition-related non-communicable diseases, especially in poor rural communities. Farm communities in South Africa have been associated with poor nutritional status and extreme poverty. ITPs have been found to be affordable sources of several. Indigenous plants are any plants that originate or occur naturally in a particular place. In South Africa, we have an abundance of stunning flora and fauna to write to our name. Indigenous plants are commonly lower maintenance than exotic varieties, as they feel comfortable in their natural environment without any overly fussy care needed Agapanthus plants line so many roads in South Africa that we tend to forget just how spectacular thee plants are. Thanks to clever breeding programmes these indigenous treasures are now available in a wide range of striking varieties. The Agapanthus is undoubtedly one of our indigenous botanical treasures

South Africa is blessed with a massive range of indigenous trees and other flowering plants. Actually, in the very hot climate, sitting under the trees and enjoying their shade is a part of our lifestyle. Surrounded by gardens and greenery, patches of paradise emerge. And, even in the wilderness, campers always look for that handy tree to enjoy Colourful Flowering Plants for Summer: Leonotis - robust, fast growing, indigenous shrubs with brilliant orange flowers (there are about 7 species in Southern Africa). Indigenous Wild Irises - tough, low maintenance, water wise and easy-to-grow plants. Perennials - easy growing and versatile, with beautiful flowers

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9 indigenous flowering plants for a 'blue-themed' garden; 9 indigenous flowering plants for a 'blue-themed' garden. 04 Jul 2017. There are only a few true blue flowering flora in South Africa, with most garden subjects tending to be mauve or purple, rather than blue naturalized in parts of South Africa (Table 3). Rhus lancea is one of the very few indigenous species that is popularly used as a windbreak. TABLE 2.—Indigenous and exotic garden hedge plants used in South Africa: the species most quoted in the literature Indigenous species Exotic specie You can see from the tag that I paid R14.00 for this one, which was about the average price. This translates to roughly £1.00 or $1.60. Buying indigenous plants from our botanical gardens or specialist nurseries is really affordable. These plants if I could find them at a normal nursery would easily have cost three times as much Connect with people who share your interest in Gardening in Facebook groups 5. We have an amazing selection of plants! South African plants are cultivated all over the world although many South Africans do not realise the variety and diversity of indigenous plants available to them (some 23,000-plus species). There are so many plants to choose from and an exciting journey of discovery awaits

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Native to southeastern Brazil, Mandevilla splendens is an ornamental vine enjoyed as a garden plant in mild climate areas around the world. Mandevilla splendens is an evergreen creeper which climbs by twining and can grow to 3 metres high. It has wide green leaves of elliptical or rectangular shape which grow to 20 cm long Books - Flora Trust. The Flora and Fauna Publications Trust are proud publishers of a wide variety of flora and fauna books including topics such as indigenous trees, wild flowers, mountain flowers, forest plants, indigenous gardens and butterflies. Browse our selection of flora and fauna books below and order your books online now If you prefer a more wildlife-friendly indigenous garden, use clivia, gebera, ferns, forest bell (Mackaya bella), tree fuchsia (Halleria lucida), plectranthus, pink polka-dot plant (Hypoestes) or.

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Chloris virgata is a species of grass known by the common names feather fingergrass feathery Rhodes-grass and feather windmillgrass. It is native to many of the warmer temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions of the world, including parts of Eurasia, Africa, and the Americas, and it is present in many other areas as a naturalized species, including Hawaii, Australia, and the Canary Islands Name Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae) Description This very popular plant from South Africa can be found in almost every coastal garden, and shows no sign of becoming invasive, though it may occasionally escape further north. The large tussocky clumps of grey-green spoon-shaped leaves are topped by dramatic orange and blue flowers, present for much of the year

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Native wildflowers to grow - honeysuckle. Our native honeysuckle, Lonicera periclymenum, bears fragrant pink, yellow and white blooms with long flower tubes. A magnet for long-tongued pollinators such as some bumblebees and moths. Its leaves are used as a caterpillar foodplant for the 20-plume moth. H x S: 7m x 3.5m This blog is about gardening in Cape Town, South Africa. Topics discussed here include: small gardens, gardening in a Mediterranean climate, growing edible plants in containers, plants that grow well in Cape Town, easily grown indigenous / native plants, as well as general information and progress in my own garden

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A photographic guide to the most commonly occurring poisonous plants in South Africa is presented to contribute to a better awareness of the dangers of these plants among the general public and help health care professionals (traditional healers, nurses, pharmacists, doctors) to quickly identify poisonous plants in an emergency situation. The only way to prevent accidental poisoning is to learn.. Sow and Plant. Only a few varieties of osteospermum are grown from seed. The heavy flowering varieties are propagated from rooted stem cuttings and sold as potted plants in spring. Set plants out at about the time of your last spring frost. Our Garden Planner can produce a personalised calendar of when to sow, plant and harvest for your area Aloe is a genus containing about 400 species of flowering succulent plants. The most common and well known of these is Aloe vera, or true aloe. The genus is native to Africa, and is common in South Africa's Cape Province, the mountains of tropical Africa, and neighbouring areas such as Madagascar, the Arabian peninsula, and the islands of Africa

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In two separate incidents in August, thieves stole 24 cycads worth an estimated 700,000 rand (£40,000) from the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in Cape Town, South Africa. Twenty-two of. The toxic effects of poisonous plants, partic-. ularly chronic effects, are not alw ays easy to reverse, and it has. been estimated that 15% of people in southern Africa poisoned by. medicinal. Feature/ Rediscovering local wild food in South Africa's Western Cape Dutch colonists introduced commercial farming techniques to the region more than 300 years ago. Today, local wild food activists are working with communities to reintroduce endemic edible plants into the local food system, recover long-lost food heritages, and potentially help save the threatened biodiversity of the Cape As indigenous species can have a shorter life span, regeneration of garden plants is part of maintenance. Some old plants may be pruned back hard to help them regenerate. Replace plants as they finish or if allowed to become old and straggly

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