Lycium oxycarpum : Honeythorn tree/ Kriedoring / Wolwedoring
During our visit to Mountain Zebra National Park in March this year, we stopped at the main picnic area on the way to one of our drives and were drawn to have a closer look at the striking tree in the middle of the area.
Closer inspection showed just how unique this tree is and the Parks Board had wisely thought to provide a name plate for this impressive example
All in all a striking example of this tree species, I’m sure you will agree
4 thoughts on “Honeythorn Tree”
I love this tree
It does have character and it’s good looking- now that reminds me of someone just can’t think who….
Sadly, the picnic areas in the park are closed to the public thanks to the current Level 4 restrictions. These photographs are marvellous for I have never seen this tree either in flower or fruiting 🙂 🙂
We had the area to ourselves that day – it would probably attract more visitors if it was at a halfway point along one of the drives. It is too close to the main camp