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Candle-pod Acacia Acacia hebeclada Tree no 170
Candle-pod Acacia may grow in huge, dense clumps that can be derived from a single plant. Scattered individuals can grow as a broken fringe along the banks of Drainage lines.
Camel-thorn acacia - Acacia erioloba Tree no 168
The Camel-thorn Acacia prefers deep, sandy, well-drained soils.
Velvet Raisin - Grewia flava (SA Tree no 459.1)
Velvet Raisin usually grows in groups. Very common in open grassland, Kalahari plains and Karoo scrubland.
Three-leaved Rhigozum - Rhigosum obovatum (SA Tree no 675)
Three-leaved Rhigozum thrives and flowers well in hot areas of low rainfall. It grows naturally in a swathe through the Karoo from Springbok to Kimberley and Bloemfontein, south to Stutterheim and westward to Ceres.
Silver Cluster-Leaf - Terminalia sericea (SA Tree no 551)
Silver Cluster-leaf can grow in loose groups, or in lines along seepage areas, and sometimes in deep sand it forms open canopied woodland.
Chinese-Lanterns - Nymania capensis (Tree no 295)
Chinese-lanterns, Nymania capensis, grow in semi-arid sites, and where there is one, there are mostly others in the vicinity, most often found along watercourses or among rocks. Along roadsides it is not browsed and can be common.
Shepherds-tree - Boscia albitrunca (National Tree Spotting Tree no 122)
Shepherds-trees, Boscia albitrunca, are not usually taller than 6 metres. They can be trees with a single fluted, often crooked trunk, or a small rounded shrub.