Combretum molle has very attractive young leaves with light pink or orange colours. The leaves are very velvety. It is a very hardy tree and a good garden subject.
Ochna inermis is a small tree that is quite a sight when in flower. Its compact form makes it an ideal tree for the smaller garden.
Commiphira mollis is an attractive tree for a hot, dry garden. The mottled appearance of the bark adds to the charm. The red berry-like fruits are a great favourite with birds.
Ozoroa paniculosa is a fairly hardy, stout, small, evergreen tree with rough, grey, thick bark. The cream flower heads are carried at the end of the branches. Bunches of kidney-shaped, black, oily seeds persist on the tree.
Ehretria rigida is an attractive shrub with an interesting shape formed by its tangled branches that arch downwards. It can be used in an informal hedge or as a security barrier.
This is the smallest of the yellowwood trees and is very hardy, evergreen and has attractive narrow, grey-green leaves.
Dovyalis zeyheri has bark that is a light grey-brown and becomes rough and flaking on older trees. it is an excellent security hedge. Fruit attracts birds. It is fairly hardy. Sexes separate.
Pappea capensis, the jacket plum, is a long-lived, hardy, evergreen, small to medium tree. A great favourite with birds.