I want to avoid trees pollinated by wind due to potential increased allergic reaction. 159 1809. The bark becomes longitudinally furrowed with age. This is diagnostic.    Greetings Dennis, Accessed on 2020/11/23. We cultivate and have for sale about 180 species of indigenous trees, including some scarcer ones. Details of this translucent leaf are best observed with a hand lens against a strong light (photo 59). The ridge between pairs of opposite leaves is faint or absent – unlike others of this genus. Previous Names: Buddleia saligna,Scoparia arborea, Callicarpa paniculate, Buddleia salicifolia, Chilianthus arboreus, Chilianthus olraceus. 636. Buddleja saligna is fast growing and responds well to pruning, this tree can be used for hedging and screening. The false olive was used to make asseggai handles. I have checked through my references and have found no references to problems with pollen. Images of indigenous trees for sale in 100L bags, including a short description and size details of Treeshop's trees. They are bisexual and actinomorphic (Regular, symmetrical.    This catalog is for information only. Buddleja saligna Willd. (photo 788): The Upper surface is darkish green, slightly shiny, hairless, smooth and flattish with visible sunken Veins. The genus is named after the Rev. The great numbers of attractive flowers are individually, very small – about 4mm long. It can grow in poor soils on hot mountainsides away or close to water. 636) is an evergreen tree of medium size widely distributed in South Africa, where it is grows on rocky hillsides and/or along watercourses (Adedapo et al., 2009). Common names: Olive buddleia, False olive, Bastard olive, Wild buddleia, Brgolienhout, Olive Sagewood. //--> The Lower surface is much lighter, whitish and scaly with conspicuous protruding veins and stellate hairs. GUS174. The Trunk is up to 30cm wide. The Margin is usually entire and may be rolled under (photo 788). National Assessment: Red List of South African Plants version 2020.1. The Blade is 3 or more times as long as wide and the lateral veins join up to form a continuous looping vein close to the margin. There are usually 1 to many Seeds per locule. The Apex is tapering and the Base is tapering to rounded. They are mostly shrubby and can sometimes become small trees. It is quick growing – up to 1,5m per year and is both cold and drought resistant. The upper surface of the leaf is medium to dark green, glabrous and smooth, while the underside is clothed in pale stellate The Wood is hard and strong. The Macmillan Company, New York. It makes an ideal screen plant. Name derivation: Buddleja named in honour of Rev Adam Buddle 1660-1715 an amateur botanist in the UK. ©Top Tropicals LLC, 2003 - ©TTmagazine.info, 2007 - Family: - Synonym: - Botanical Pronunciation: BUD-lee-ah sal-IG-nah Buddleja saligna is very hardy and can adapt to different soil types. Previous Names: Buddleia saligna, Scoparia arborea, Callicarpa paniculate, Buddleia salicifolia, Chilianthus arboreus, Chilianthus olraceus. The simple Leaves lack stipules and are usually opposite and/or alternate. van Wyk, B. The plant is used for traditional medicinal purposes, the roots as a purgative and the leaves to treat coughs and colds. To water after sowing, stand the tray in a clean, shallow container of water and allow to soak up into seed tray. Take care. Flowers are vertically divisible into similar halves by more than 1 plane passing through the axis). It bears profuse panicles of sweetly scented, white flowers from August to January that attract insects and birds. A good garden prospect – growing in almost any soil. Provincial distribution: Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape, North West, Western Cape The branchlets are quadrangular in section, and winged. The interpetiolar (between petioles) ridge of opposite leaves, which is distinct in most Buddleja species, is faint or lacking in this one (photo 793 – under Tree). Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. We also provide a range of specially cultivated container trees, ideally suited for small gardens. Fruit is a small capsule with oblong, compressed Seeds. It extends beyond the persistent calyx. Informal Upright .Bonsai Age .Tree Age GUS174 R 3 500.00 White Olive. (Sep-Mar). rare plants - fragrant flowers - exotic fruit. The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-26) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Enum. Buddleja saligna (indigenous). The superior ovary is usually bilocular and contains many ovules. We offer a … Your email address will not be published. Roots of B. saligna are not aggressive, making it suitable for planting near buildings and pools. Buddleja saligna (20l) (False Olive) Indigenous Tree. Indigenous Plants for a Sustainable Future. Family: Scrophulariaceae (figwort family). It has a non-aggressive root system and is often used as a pioneer tree in younger gardens as it is fast growing. Growth Height: 7-10 Meter High Growth Rate: Fast (800mm per year) Frost Tolerance: Frost Hardy Drought Resistance: Drought Hardy Flowers: White scented bunch of flower Fruit: None Root System: Non-Invasive Growing Tip:Easy grower.Grows faster close to streams, dams and rivers as it sucks up more water from the ground. Seeds for sale starting at € 5.50. Pedicels (stalk of a single flower) are short. Not hardly in the UK best grown in a glasshouse. The wood is very fine grained and was used to make small pieces of furniture. http://www.plantzafrica.com/plantab/buddlesalig.htm, http://witkoppenwildflower.co.za/buddleja-saligna/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddleja_saligna, http://www.plantbook.co.za/buddleja-saligna/, http://witbos.co.za/plant.aspx?plant=buddleja-saligna, http://posa.sanbi.org/flora/browse.php?src=SP. Balkema, Amsterdam, Cape Town. This Tree may reach 12m high and the trunk 30cm wide. Buddleja saligna Family: Buddlejaceae (Formerly:Scrophulariaceae) False Olive Origin: South Africa. If you don't see the price - the plant is not for sale. Buddleja saligna is an evergreen shrub or small tree, growing < 15 m in height with a trunk diameter of 40 cm, and very similar to Salix and Olea.