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South African tree families. Please let us know of any mistakes. You're very welcome to send us more if we left some out.


NAME

FAMILY

Aisy

ASTERACEAE

Baobab

BOMBACACEAE

Beech, Cape

MYRSINACEAE

Buddleja

LOGANIACEAE

Buffalo Thorn

RHAMNACEAE

Cacao

STERCULIACEAE

Caper

CAPPARACEAE

Cassia

CAESALPINIOIDEAE

Citrus

RUTACEAE

Combretum

COMBRETACEAE

Cycad

ZAMIACEAE

Dais

THYMELAEACEAE

Ebony

EBENACEAE

Elm

ULMACEAE

Eucalyptus

MYRTACEAE

Euphorbia

EUPHORBIACEAE

Fig and Mulberry

MORACEAE

Forget-me-not

BORAGINACEAE

Gardenia

RUBIACEAE

Hard Pear

OLINIACEAE

Hibiscus

MALVACEAE

Holly

AQUIFOLIACEAE

Ivy and Cussonia

ARALIACEAE

Jacaranda

BIGNONIACEAE

Jute

TILIACEAE

Kei-apple

FLACOURTIACEAE

Laurel and Avocado

LAURACEAE

Legume

LEGUNINOSAE

Lily and Aloe

LILIACEAE

Litchi

SAPINDACEAE

Mahogany

MELIACEAE

Mango

ANACARDIACEAE

Milkwood

SAPOACEAE

Mimosa

MIMOSOIDEAE

Mobola

CHRYSOBALANACEAE

Myrrh

BURSERACEAE

Ochna

OCHNACEAE

Oleander

APOCYNACEAE

Olive

OLEACEAE

Palm

ARECACEAE

Pea

PAPILIONOIDEAE

Pittosporum

PITTOSPORA

Protea

PROTEACEAE

Rose

ROSACEAE

Saffron

CELASTRACEAE

Snapdragon

SCROPHULARIACEAE

Strelitzia

STRELITZIACEAE

Tamarisk

TAMARICACEAE

Tree Fern

CYATHEACEAE

Verbena

VERBENACEAE

Violet Tree

POLYGALACEAE

White Pear

ICACINACEAE

Wild Bottlebrush

GREYIACEAE

Willow

SALICACEAE

Yellowwood

PODOCARPACEAE


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