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THE CONDITION OF THE SOIL
PROPAGATION AND PLANTING
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15 feet 20 feet Azaleas blooms BOTTLEBRUSH Bougainvillea bracts branches bright bush Cape CHINESE HIBISCUS climates climber clusters colour compost containing compost Cotoneaster CREEPER dainty dark green deciduous drought-resistant Durban Botanical Gardens early spring early summer easy to grow Escallonia evergreen evergreen shrub feet in height flowers in early flowers in spring flowers in summer foliage frost-free full sun garden grown from cuttings grown from seed grows easily growth hardy to frost hedge Hibiscus hybrids Illustrated inches long Johannesburg leaflets Leptospermum scoparium Magnolia Mauve flowers Melaleuca nesophila moist moisture narrow orange petals pink flowers plant Podalyria propagated Protea red flowers rockery roots rounded semi-shade severe frost shade shape sheltered showy shrub shrub comes shrubs and trees slow-growing South Africa species sprays spreading stamens stems Strelitzia reginae sub-tropical sunny position Tamarix tender to frost thrive tiny transplanted Transvaal tropical trumpet varieties vase warm well-drained soil white flowers yellow flowers