Monday, October 28, 2013

Succulent flowers at Kuzuko

Succulents always surprise me with the beautiful flowers that they produce specially when they grow in dry and arid areas.  The flowering succulent in the picture was growing next to the path to our room at Kuzuko Lodge in the northern part of the Addo Elephant National Park.

After reading the post, Alan Fogarty of Alan Tours helped me out a bit with the name:  Crassula ovata or Kerky bush, Beestebul, iPhewula also commonly known as the "Botterboom"


  1. One visit I want to be there in the spring to see the blooms.

  2. Beautiful! I do like succulents plants...

  3. They are amazing. I am always surprised when the most uninteresting of plant produces a fantastic bloom. Gorgeous. Have a good week Diane