Cranes Bill

The Wild Geranium (Geranium incanum) commonly called Cranes bill due to the beak like shape of the fruit.

They are found on the sandy and stony soil along the Southern and Eastern coastline of the Cape. We saw them in the West Coast National Park.

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Wild Foxglove

The wild Foxglove (Ceratheca Triloba) (Afrikaans name Vingerhoedblom) is mostly found in Eastern and tropical Africa, it is a perennial herb.…
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Red-Headed Weaver

The Red-Headed Weaver (Afrikaans Name Rooikopwewer) is a common resident in woodland, savannah and gardens. Such a striking bird, we saw this…