Plants – Regional Guide – Western Free State

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Western Free State

Regional Guide - Western Free State

This region includes Rouxville, Smithfield, Edenburg, Reddersburg, Bloemfontein, Winburg, Ventersburg, Kroonstad, Koppies and Sasolburg.

Rainfall: Fairly low summer rainfall.
Temperatures: Summer - hot.
Winters - dry and cold.

The following list shows those indigenous plants easiest to grow in this area:


South Africa Acacia albida (Ana tree)

South Africa Acacia sieberana var. woodii (Paperbark acacia)

South Africa Acacia xanthophloea (Fever tree)

South Africa Celtis africana (White stinkwood)

South Africa Dais cotinifolia (Pompon tree)

South Africa Olea capensis (False, black iron wood)

South Africa Olea europaea ssp. Africana (Wild olive)


South Africa Buddleia salviifolia (Sage wood, Sage-leaved buddleia)

South Africa Hibiscus pedunculatus (Pink hibiscus)

South Africa Hypericum revolutum (Curry bush)


South Africa Jasminum multipartitum

Herbaceous Perennials and Bulbous Plants

South Africa Agapanthus africanus (Lily of the Nile)

South Africa Agapanthus hybrids

South Africa Felicia amelloides (Blue marguerite, Blue daisy)

South Africa Leonotis leonurus (Lion’s tail, lion’s ear, wild dagga)

South Africa Watsonia aletroides (Rooipypie)

With adequate watering summer- and spring annuals can be grown successfully in this region.

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