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Acacia africana Anacardiaceae attractive bark is rough berry branches branchlets Buddleia bush Bushveld bushy caffra Canthium capensis clusters colour creamy-green creamy-white dark brown dark green deciduous dense DIOSPYROS drooping drought-resistant Eastern Cape edible evergreen fairly common Family fleshy found growing fruit garden subject golden-brown grey-brown grey-green hairs hairy HALLERIA LUCIDA hardy hill-sides Johannesburg kloofs koppies Krugersdorp leaf leaflets leaves are dull leaves are mid-green Leguminosae Leguminosae Common names light brown light grey Magaliesberg magalismontanum mature Maytenus midrib much-branched Natal north of Krugersdorp Nuxia congesta outcrops paler beneath Pavetta petiole plant Protea reddish RHAMNUS PRINOIDES RHOICISSUS Rhus rocky ridges ROTHMANNIA Rubiaceae SARCOSTEMMA VIMINALE serrate shiny shrub shrub growing six feet high smooth Sond species specimens spring stream banks subsp Suikerbosrand Swartkops sweetly scented Synonym Tarchonanthus camphoratus thick thorns Transvaal tree growing tree or shrub twelve feet high twigs veins velvety whitish widespread Wild Witwatersrand Witwatersrand area woody yellow zeyheri