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Camera : Kodak EasyShare C195
Taken in my garden (Tarlton, Gauteng, South Africa)

Africa loves to paint her winter landscape in orange and yellow hues, and her exuberance is infectious. – The Indigenous Gardener

The splashes of colour my Aloes provide in winter is most welcome!

This Aloe, also known as Bitter Aloe or the Cape Aloe, is a species of aloe indigenous to South Africa’s Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, and Lesotho. It is one of several Aloe species used to make bitter aloes, a purgative medication, and also yields a non-bitter gel that can be used in cosmetics.

Aloe ferox is listed on the plant list of endangered plants (CITES – Appendix II) along with other wild species of this genus.

  1. 6th August 2014 – Placed in the TOP 10 of the challenge Blomme/Flowers in “Afrikaans”

I am a watercolorist living on my little piece of African soil in Tarlton, Gauteng, South Africa. The inspiration for my art is the wonderfully rich variety of Fauna and Flora to be found throughout this beautiful country.
“There is a fine line between dreams and reality; it’s up to you to draw it.”

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Comments

  • AuntDot
    AuntDot5 months ago

    Beautiful!

  • Thank you Dot!

    – Maree Clarkson

  • myraj
    myraj5 months ago

    Wonderful capture with great color and detail maree.
    X myra

  • Many thanks Myra, appreciate the fav!

    – Maree Clarkson

  • Lozzar Landscape
    Lozzar Landscape5 months ago

    Wonderful capture!!!

  • Thank you very much Lozzar!

    – Maree Clarkson

  • Maree  Clarkson
    Maree Clarkson5 months ago

    6 Aug 2014 – Challenge Blomme/Flowers

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