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Bolusanthus speciosus (Tree Wisteria)
Graceful tree, the name means beautiful, medicinal, excellent wood.
Brachylaena discolor (Wild Silver Oak)
Early settlers used the ash to make soap. Zulu diviners use stems and roots to communicate with their ancestors. Wood used for carving.
Buddleja auriculata (Weeping Sage)
Graceful, plant near a pond. Leaves used as a tea.
Buddleja saligna (False Olive)
Most attractive for a small garden, medicinal, hard wood.
Buddleja salvifolia (Sagewood)
Use as a nurse plant to protect other plants in very cold areas, magical.
Burchellia bubalina (Wild Pomegranate)
Roots used as a body wash and love charm, hard wood.
Buxus macowanii (Cape Box)
Over exploited for its beautiful wood, very slow growing.
Calodendrum capense (Cape Chestnut)
Magnificent terminal sprays of pink flowers. Magical.
Calpurnia aurea (Wild Laburnum)
Grown in Europe for hundreds of years, medicinal.
Canthium gilfillanii (was Canthium mundianum) (Rock Alder)
Edible fruit, hard wood used for fencing posts and tools.