We were too early to witness the full flush of spring flowers in the Addo Elephant National Park. The first rains have wrought a beautiful change nonetheless. See what a section of the park looked like in March 2015:
This is what it looks like now:
The Erythrina lysistemon at the Main Rest Camp provides a bright introduction to spring blooms:
Banks of the Common Gazania (Gazania krebsiana) line the roads:
Very beautiful splashes of yellow are also provided by Rhigozum obovatum:
Then there are Felicia aethiopica, also known as Bloublommetjie:
Along with Felicia filifolia, known as Draaibos:
Pretty (as yet unidentified) flowers include the following:
2018: the above flowers are apparently Small-leaved Sutera (Sutera microphylla).
If any of my readers is able to put a name to them I would be grateful.