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My favourite is the umbrella thorn and the baobab! :P

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Weeping wattle. Purely for the use as toilet paper! :lol:

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Weeping wattle. Purely for the use as toilet paper! :lol:


rotflmao!!! :lol: :lol:

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Meg wrote:
wildtuinman wrote:
Weeping wattle. Purely for the use as toilet paper! :lol:


rotflmao!!! :lol: :lol:


What? I am serious! :?

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:lol: I DON'T even want to ask how you found THAT out! :lol:


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:lol: I DON'T even want to ask how you found THAT out! :lol:


Geez Louise guys cut me some wattle here! :lol:

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:lol: I DON'T even want to ask how you found THAT out! :lol:


This story could make Twiga feel a whole lot better about hers :lol:

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.. and when you have used all the leaves of the weeping wattle you can stop the diarrhoea with a decoction of powderded bark and a piece of the root stem.

Save a leaf or two for later- mix with water and it will make a nice soapy foam to wash your hands.

Just be cearfull when in flower bees are normally attracted in great numbers so carefully check for any before you do any wiping! :D :D :D


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Pilane,

You ended that off with a charming note... :)


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My favorites have to be the Umbrella Thorn, the Fever Tree and at the top of the list the Leadwood.


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All our indigenous trees are beautiful. Love them all!! But my favourite in the Kruger is the Sycamore Fig and Nyala Tree. There is the most gorgeous Nyala at Pafuri picnic spot.

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My favourites are the umbrella thorn, baobab and the weeping wattle.

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