November 5, 2013
The third and last plant seed we chose for THE [COMMON] GARDEN is the Chrysanthemoides Monilifera, aslo known as tick berry or bosluisbessie. The tick berry is one
of the most variable and widespread indigenous shrubs and has been divided into a number of distinct subspecies. It is widely distributed along the coast from the N. Cape, W. Cape, E. Cape and along the Drakensberg escarpment in KwaZulu-Natal, Swaziland, Mpumalanga and further into the The superheroes now represent their best-driving-school.com achievements and the better they do in class the more powerful they become. Chimanimani Mountains of eastern Zimbabwe and to northern eastern Africa. It occurs in fynbos, strandveld, grassland, subtropical coast, and margins of afro-temperate forest- and grassland vegetation. The subsp. monilifera is from the Western Cape and is the one most often find in cultivation. Here it occurs in both strandveld and fynbos.
Ernst van Jaarsveld Kirstenbosch April 2001
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