South African Trees And South African Flora Information; All You Need To Know

Flora Of South Africa: All The Tree Species

Trees are one of the most important living components of nature and the ecosystem they live in. Trees are very useful and in the South African bushveld almost every tree species has a specific use, whether it's medicinal or just for leisure and comfort South Africa' s trees are so important. Think of the birds and mammals that also depend on these biotic organisms? This page serves as a directory for the 43 tree groups that South Africa holds. In these 43 groups of indigenous tree species, there are about 1000 different indigenous trees that occur in South Africa. This fact alone is mind boggling. Listed below are the 43 'clusters' of South African trees and on each of these 43 pages South Africa's tree species will be listed including some photographs and a few bits of information on the group of tree. The following pages try and exclude alien or invasive tree species from other places around the world.

Impala Lilly

South African Tree Group 1: Succulents

South African Tree Group 2: Palms And Allies

South African Tree Group 3: Cedar

South African Tree Group 4: Figs

South African Tree Group 5: Milkplum's

South African Tree Group 6: Tamboti

South African Tree Group 7: Silver-Oak's

South African Tree Group 8: Spike Thorn

South African Tree Group 9: Wild-Plane

South African Tree Group 10: Common

South African Tree Group 11: Raisin Bush

South African Tree Group 12: Monkey-Orange and Allies

South African Tree Group 13: Sagewood's

South African Tree Group 14: Turkeyberry and Allies

South African Tree Group 15: Bridesbush and Allies

South African Tree Group 16: Wild-Medlar

South African Tree Group 17: False Gardenia

South African Tree Group 18: Onionwood

South African Tree Group 19: Spoonwood

South African Tree Group 20: Numnum and Allies

South African Tree Group 21: Poisonbush

South African Tree Group 22: Waterberry

South African Tree Group 23: Bushwillow

South African Tree Group 24: Quininetree and Allies

South African Tree Group 25: Wild-Almond

South African Tree Group 26: Bauhinia

South African Tree Group 27: Mopane

South African Tree Group 28: Corkwood

South African Tree Group 29: Coral

South African Tree Group 30: White Ironwood

South African Tree Group 31: Karee

South African Tree Group 32: Sausage Tree's and Allies

South African Tree Group 33: Boerbean

South African Tree Group 34: Soapberry

South African Tree Group 35: Peppertree

South African Tree Group 36: Knobwood

South African Tree Group 37: Marula

South African Tree Group 38: Kiaat

South African Tree Group 39: Baobab

South African Tree Group 40: Fingerleaf

South African Tree Group 41: Hook Thorn

South African Tree Group 42: Sweet Thorn

South African Tree Group 43: False Thorn

All the indigenous South African tree species can be found in the pages above, with information on the group and pictures of specific common South African succulents...