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Flowers of Southern Africa
Southern Africa was not only a
goldmine for birds, but also for
flowers. We purchased a paperback
The Wildlife of Southern Africa: A
Field Guide to the Animal and
Plants of the Region
 by Vincent
Carruthers which was excellent and
included everything from proteas to
agapanthus...pretty inclusive, but still
there were lots that were not identified.

If you're browsing and see an error or
can identify some of those flowers we
haven't been able to, please contact us
so we can update. Thanks.
Poisonous bottle tree - Namibia
Hibiscus - Namibia
Unidentified - Namibia
Unidentified - Namibia
Poison apple - Namibia
Unidentified - Namibia
Tephrosia - Namibia
Unidentified - Namibia
Unidentified - Namibia
Unidentified - Namibia
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Agapanthus / Lily of the Nile - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Nasturtium - South Africa
Unidentified tree in bloom - South Africa
Flamboyant -  South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Watsonia- South Africa
Pink Everlasting - South Africa
Protea - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Unidentified - Agulhas, South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Red Crassula - South Africa
Mason's Heath - South Africa
White Everlasting - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Water Lily - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Wax Heath - South Africa
Yellow Fire Lily - South Africa
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Unidentified -  South Africa
Wild Aster - South Africa
Red Hairy Erica - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
Wild Malva - South Africa
Unidentified - South Africa
More Flowers of the World?
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How about Birds of Africa?
You can visit South Africa with us
and/or
Namibia.