Cussonia transvaalensis is a striking, very useful tree that can act as a focal point in the landscape. The attractive attractive, grey-green foliage is coarsely textured . The bark is corky and deeply longitudinally fissured. The small, green flowers are followed by the production of small, purple-black berries, which are relished by many species of fruit-eating birds.
Plant in a well-drained soil and do not overwater. Protect from frost when young.