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URGENT SELLER, WILL LOOK AT ANY REASONABLE OFFER, IN TULBAGH

Well built spacious 4 bedroom (main en-suite), 3 bathroom house in a quiet area on a large plot. Modern well fitted kitchen, separate formal lounge, braairoom, workshop and double garage. Plenty cupboards and aircons.
South Africa

R 1.400.000

HOW THE WORLD WILL END - BY SALEM KIRBAN.

How the world will end - By Salem Kirban. Guide to survival - by Salem Kirban. Sometime in the near future several MILLION people will suddenly DISAPPEAR from this earth " in the twinkling of an eye." When this happens - and if you still remain - then READ THIS BOOK for it will be your... Softcover book. Please view the photo's. 274 Pages. English book. Secondhand book. A Best seller over 1/4 Million sold. This book will be removed when sold.
Alberton (Gauteng)

BEST SELLER SMART CUTTER 460 FULLY PROGRAMMABLE GUILLOTINE

BEST SELLER SMART CUTTER 460 FULLY PROGRAMMABLE GUILLOTINE THE MOST RELIABLE MACHINE AROUND # CUTTING SIZE 460MM # CUTTING HEIGHT 60MM # AUTO PAPER EJECT AFTER CUT # INFRA RED SAFETY BEAMS # VERY STRONG BACK GAGE PRICE R +VAT + FREE SADDLE STAPLER +FREE A3 SCORING MACHINE + FREE ROUND CORNER CUTTER +FREE EASY TO USE BLADE CHANGE HANDLE + FREE SPARE BLADE +FREE 2 X CUTTING STICK + FREE STAPLES + FREE DELIVERY # CALL ASHOK FOR THE BEST DEALS # CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE www.hitech1.co.za EMAIL WE WILL BEAT ANY QUOTE ON SAME MACHINES ## CALL OUR OFFICERS # WE ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OUR MACHINES ## FULL TECHNICAL BACKUP AND FULL SPARE PARTS STOCK ##
Johannesburg (Gauteng)

SALE: DR MIRIAM STOPPARD BEST SELLER - COMPLETE BABY AND

Get this awesome read by a Best Seller - Dr Miriam Stoppard This bok will teach you everythign there is to know about complete baby and childcare Get hands on advise from a renowned Doctor Everything you need to know from infant to Toddler A must have !
South Africa (All cities)

R 40

CAR ORNAMENTS CUTE SIMULATED ANIMAL NAP DOG WILL BE CALLED

PLEASE NOTE: On checkout you will have the option to "leave a note for the seller". Please use this area to specify your preferred option, size or color. Upon receipt of your order, we will also make contact with you to clarify or confirm options when necessary. Where you would like an option that has an additional price, please continue with your order as is and we will contact you with payment options for the additional amount. OPTIONS: COLOR NAME: BEIGE COLOR NAME: YELLOW COLOR NAME: WHITE COLOR NAME: GOLD COLOR NAME: BROWN Product Attribute Item Weight: 0.12 Features Can ring about 200 times Material: plush fabric 1: Simulation dog, can be placed in the car can also be used as a toy for children 2: Made of plush fabric, soft and realistic 3: Internal use of button batteries, sounds when touched, more realistic
South Africa (All cities)

R 112

PARODIA ERUBESCENS SEEDS VERIFIED SELLER EXOTIC

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from to . Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia erubescens is an eye-catching species with rusty red spines which was formerly known as Notocactus schlosseri and renamed in by David Hunt. It is an easy plant to cultivate and requires full sun to dappled shade, though it will flower best during spring when given at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. The stems are green and densely covered by short, stiff and erect russet to orange coloured central spines. During spring it bears beautiful green to yellow 5cm flowers.
Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape)

EVERYONE LOVES WINNIE THE POOH. THIS HEADBOARD WILL MAKE THE

DES CRIPTION: EVERYONE LOVES WINNIE THE POOH. THIS HEADBOARD WILL MAKE THE PERFECT HEADBOARD CONDITION: REASONABLE CONDITION. A HOLE OR TWO. JUST GIVE IT A CLEAN DIMENSIONS: APPROXIMATELY LENGTH - 1000 MM WIDTH    - 1000 MM HEIGHT  -    50 MM   PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES VERY CAREFULLY FOR MORE DETAIL AND THE GENERAL CONDITION. ITEMS ARE SECOND HAND AND THEREFORE HAVE WEAR AND TARE. THEY ARE NOT NEW UNLESS SPECIFIED. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!   SOMETIMES IT IS NOT MENTIONED BUT IS VISIBLE IN THE PICTURE. PROPS ARE NOT INCLUDED UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. PLEASE VIEW OUR SHIPPING OPTIONS COLLECTION IS   IN EDENVALE AT NO CHARGE! PLEASE ADVISE US TIMEOUSLY THAT YOU WILL BE COLLECTING SO WE ARE ABLE TO ASSIST YOU EFFICIENTLY.   NO FREE SHIPPING.   WE ALSO OFFER A DELIVERY SERVICES. PRICE ON REQUEST   PAYMENT TERMS ARE THREE DAYS FROM CLOSE OF AUCTION   TO VIEW OUR OTHER WONDERFUL ITEMS ON AUCTION PLEASE GO TO: //www.bidor buy.co.za/seller/1800759/lots_for_sale    PLEASE NOTE WE NO LONGER CLOSE AUCTIONS EARLY, IT UPSETS PEOPLE THAT ARE FOLLOWING THAT ITEM WHETHER IT IS ON THERE WATCHLIST OR NOT.                            
South Africa

R 11

AWESOME SET OF TWENTY WOODEN BUILDING BLOCKS. WILL BE GREAT

DES CRIPTION: AWESOME SET OF TWENTY WOODEN BUILDING BLOCKS. THIS FANTASTIC SET CONSISTS OF 19 SQUARE BLOCKS, 1 RECTANGULAR BLOCK AND 2 BLOCKS SHAPED INTO HOUSES.  EACH BLOCK HAS A CIRCLE CARVED INTO IT PRESUMABLY TO USE DIALS TO JOIN THEM TOGETHER. WILL BE GREAT FUN FOR THE KIDS!   CONDITION: THEY ARE IN GOOD CONDITION. DIMENSIONS: APPROXIMATELY LENGTH - 70 MM WIDTH    - 70 MM HEIGHT  - 70 MM   PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES VERY CAREFULLY FOR MORE DETAIL AND THE GENERAL CONDITION. ITEMS ARE SECOND HAND AND THEREFORE HAVE WEAR AND TARE. THEY ARE NOT NEW UNLESS SPECIFIED. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!   SOMETIMES IT IS NOT MENTIONED BUT IS VISIBLE IN THE PICTURE. PROPS ARE NOT INCLUDED UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. PLEASE VIEW OUR SHIPPING OPTIONS COLLECTION IS   IN EDENVALE AT NO CHARGE! PLEASE ADVISE US TIMEOUSLY THAT YOU WILL BE COLLECTING SO WE ARE ABLE TO ASSIST YOU EFFICIENTLY.   NO FREE SHIPPING.   PAYMENT TERMS ARE THREE DAYS FROM CLOSE OF AUCTION   TO VIEW OUR OTHER WONDERFUL ITEMS ON AUCTION PLEASE GO TO: //www.bidor buy.co.za/seller/1800759/lots_for_sale    PLEASE NOTE WE NO LONGER CLOSE AUCTIONS EARLY, IT UPSETS PEOPLE THAT ARE FOLLOWING THAT ITEM WHETHER IT IS ON THERE WATCHLIST OR NOT.                
South Africa

R 1

PARODIA ERUBESCENS - 10 SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia erubescens is an eye-catching species with rusty red spines which was formerly known as Notocactus schlosseri and renamed in 1997 by David Hunt. It is an easy plant to cultivate and requires full sun to dappled shade, though it will flower best during spring when given at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. The stems are green and densely covered by short, stiff and erect russet to orange coloured central spines. During spring it bears beautiful green to yellow 5cm flowers.
South Africa

R 9

PARODIA MAGNIFICA - 100 BULK SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER -

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia magnifica, formerly known as Notocactus magnificus and commonly known as Balloon Cactus originates from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It is a cactus growing to 7–15 cm tall by 45 cm broad, with heavily ribbed, spherical to columnar, spiny and hairy stems, bearing pale yellow flowers in summer. The habitat where this plant comes from can become very cold during the winter nights. Often it will fall to just above freezing without harming the plants as it is also very dry. Therefore, if you live in a frost prone area, keep this plant dry during winter. It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
South Africa

R 99

PARODIA FORMOSA SEEDS VERIFIED SELLER EXOTIC SUCCULENT

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from to . Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia formosa is native to Bolivia. They form individual plants. The six to twelve straight and needle-like central spines are reddish brown in colour. The flowers are sulphur yellow. Sow seeds in a well-drained medium. Synonyms include Parodia cardenasii, Parodia chaetocarpa, Parodia purpureo-aurea, Parodia setispina, Parodia parvula, Parodia carapariana, Parodia pusilla, Parodia chirimoyarana, Parodia pachysa, Parodia bellavistana, Parodia tillii and Parodia winbergii.
Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape)

ST TROPEZ HARBOUR ISLAND, ALL OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED!

2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Unit in St Tropez, Harbour Island Gordonsbay. Basement parking 103 sqm Top quality finishes. Urgent seller! All offers will be considered. Viewing can be arranged for serious buyers only!!
South Africa

R 1.950.000

PARODIA MIXED SPECIES SEEDS - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. This Parodia Mixed Species pack consists of around 30 different Parodia species. Flower colours range from yellow to orange and red to purple. A wide variety of spination and growth forms are present in this pack. They need regular water in summer but keep it rather dry in winter as it tends to lose its roots in winter if kept wet and cold. It can tolerate light frost at -1°C and if kept dry at -9°C. Easy from seed, they make a stunning addition to any cactus collection, being equally attractive in or out of flower. These are small globular species, many with hooked spines and tubercles rather than ribs. They are slow growing, but flower whilst still quite small.  
South Africa

PARODIA ROSEOLUTEA - 10 SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia roseolutea is a solitary globular cactus from southern South America. Parodia roseolutea grows up to 25cm in circumference and is nicely spined. It produces magnificent 7.5cm flowers in late spring. They are red to pink with a yellow throat. This plant seems to incorporate some of the features of both Parodia herteri and Parodia mammulosa. Both flower colour and spination seem to be midway between the two species. The plant can ultimately reach the size of Parodia herteri but it flowers at a much smaller size and withstands some winter coldness.
South Africa

R 9

PARODIA MAMMULOSA SSP. SUBMAMMULOSA SEEDS - VERIFIED SELLER

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia mammulosa ssp. submammulosa is a native of North-eastern Argentina (Entre Ríos, Corrientes), western Uruguay and southern Brazil. This is a very attractive free flowering and fiercely spined species. It is easy to grow and makes a great addition to any collection. Parodia mammulosa ssp. submammulosa has many synonyms like Echinocactus mammulosus, Malacocarpus mammulosus, Notocactus mammulosus, Echinocactus orthacanthus, Malacocarpus orthacanthus, Notocactus orthacanthus, Echinocactus hypocrateriformis, Notocactus hypocrateriformis, Echinocactus submammulosus, Notocactus submammulosus, Parodia submammulosa, Echinocactus pampeanus, Notocactus pampeanus, Echinocactus floricomus, Notocactus floricomus, Notocactus roseoluteus, Notocactus eugenia, Notocactus mueller-moelleri, Notocactus cristatoides, Notocactus paulus, Notocactus megalanthus, Notocactus erythracanthus, Notocactus macambarensis and Notocactus ritterianus.  
South Africa

MAMMILLARIA COMPRESSA - 20 SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER -

Mammillaria is arguably the most popular cactus genus in cultivation. Mammillarias have extremely variable spination from species to species, and eye-catching flowers, making them specifically attractive for cactus hobbyists. Most Mammillaria plants are considered easy to cultivate. The genus Mammillaria is one of the largest in the Cactaceae family, with currently over 200 known species and varieties recognized. Mammillarias are native to Mexico, southwest USA, the Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala and Honduras. The first was described by Carolus Linnaeus as Cactus mammillaris in 1753, deriving its name from Latin mammilla, "nipple", referring to the tubercles that are one of the plant's specific features.           In 1812, the cactus specialist Adrian Haworth described the genus Mammillaria to contain this and related species. Numerous species are commonly known as nipple cactus, fishhook cactus or pincushion though such terms may also be used for related taxa such as Escobaria. Mammillaria species can be grown as pot plants and make interesting features on a sunny veranda or windowsill. They also make an attractive addition to a rockery or water-wise garden. The variation in spines is a novel selling feature and often, these plants fit the stereotypical expectations that most people have for a cactus plant, although some species are only going to be found among highly-dedicated cactus growers. The popularity of this genus has led to a good deal of study and consequent literature on both growing and identifying Mammillaria species. Mammillaria compressa commonly known as Mother of Hundreds is an easily clustering and easily flowered species. It is one of the largest of all the Mammillarias. Most plants will offset readily, and huge clumps can be produced in a very few years. It is a fast growing species which requires regular irrigation in summer but should be left to go dry between watering. For best results use a pot with good drainage and a very porous growing media. Keep it dry in winter and feed with a high potassium fertilizer in summer. It is quite frost resistant if kept dry, hardy as low as -12°C. Outdoors in the garden it thrives on full sun or afternoon shade, inside it needs bright light, and some direct sun. This is an easily clustering and easily flowered species. Most plants will offset readily, and clumps can be produced in a few years.
South Africa

R 9

STENOCACTUS MULTICOSTATUS SEEDS - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

The Stenocactus genus is placed in the Cactaceae family and comprises globular cacti with a characteristic wavy rib pattern, in place of straight ribs. Native to Mexico, the original genus included only about 10 species, although Hertrichocereus and Echinofossulocactus are now included in this group, expanding the number of species to about 30. It's not uncommon to see them identified only as " Stenocactus " when they're offered for sale. Besides their distinctive wavy ribs, these cacti also feature stiff and short spines. Younger plants lack the distinctive wavy ribs and have tubercles. These will develop into the typical ribs when the plant is older. Stenocactus species like bright sunlight and thrive in full sun and strong light.           Throughout the growing season (spring and summer) let the potting soil almost completely dry out between watering and then water thoroughly. In winter you should cut back watering altogether. A rich, fast-draining cactus mix is ideal. During the growing season, fertilize at half strength. Suspend feeding during the dormant winter period. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as potted plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Stenocactus multicostatus for which Echinofossulocactus multicostatus is a synonym is one of the most variable Stenocactus species. Differing in spination, body shape and number of ribs they produce unusual shapes. Typically it has a variable number of ribs; typically about 50 to 100 ribs, but plants with up to 150 or more ribs have been reported. In early spring they produce gorgeous white blooms with violet to purple midveins.
South Africa

R 1

PARODIA LENINGHAUSII SEEDS - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia leninghausii is a species of South American cactus commonly found as a houseplant. Common names include Lemon Ball, Golden Ball and Yellow Tower cactus. Botanist Karl Moritz Schumann named it after Wilhelm Lenninghaus (1845-1918), a native of North Rhine-Westphalia who, in the 1880s, left his hometown of Ennepetal and emigrated to Porto Alegre, Brazil, where he became Guillermo Lenninghaus, and collected cacti for the German grower Haage. Parodia leninghausii is native to the Rio Grande do Sul province in the south of Brazil. In those regions, winter nights are cold, with a light freeze. These cacti survive in these conditions because they are quite dry at that time.
South Africa

SUMMERS IS COMING THIS HALF A PINK CLAM WILL MAKE THE

  DES CRIPTION: SUMMERS IS COMING THIS HALF A PINK CLAM WILL MAKE THE PERFECT PLAY POOL FOR A LITTLE PERSON CONDITION: EXCELLENT CONDITION. NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR DIMENSIONS: APPROXIMATELY STANDARD   PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES VERY CAREFULLY FOR MORE DETAIL AND THE GENERAL CONDITION. ITEMS ARE SECOND HAND AND THEREFORE HAVE WEAR AND TARE. THEY ARE NOT NEW UNLESS SPECIFIED. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!   SOMETIMES IT IS NOT MENTIONED BUT IS VISIBLE IN THE PICTURE.  PROPS ARE NOT INCLUDED UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. PAYMENT TERMS ARE THREE DAYS FROM CLOSE OF AUCTIONS.   SHIPPING IS DONE IN 7 WORKING DAYS OF PAYMENT   SHIPPING IS WITH SAPO UNLESS A COURIER IS ARRANGED   NO FREE SHIPPING.       TO VIEW OUR OTHER WONDERFUL ITEMS ON AUCTION PLEASE GO TO: //www.bidor buy.co.za/seller/1800759/lots_for_sale    PLEASE NOTE WE NO LONGER CLOSE AUCTIONS EARLY, IT UPSETS PEOPLE THAT ARE FOLLOWING THAT ITEM WHETHER IT IS ON THERE WATCHLIST OR NOT.                
South Africa

R 1

WOW CARNATIONS IN A CERAMIC POT. WILL LOOK GOOD IN ANY

  DES CRIPTION: WOW CARNATIONS IN A CERAMIC POT. WILL LOOK GOOD IN ANY GARDEN CONDITION: EXCELLENT CONDITION. NORMAL WEAR AND TAR DIMENSIONS: APPROXIMATELY WIDTH    - 170 MM HEIGHT  - 190 MM   PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES VERY CAREFULLY FOR MORE DETAIL AND THE GENERAL CONDITION. ITEMS ARE SECOND HAND AND THEREFORE HAVE WEAR AND TARE. THEY ARE NOT NEW UNLESS SPECIFIED. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!   SOMETIMES IT IS NOT MENTIONED BUT IS VISIBLE IN THE PICTURE.  PROPS ARE NOT INCLUDED UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. PAYMENT TERMS ARE THREE DAYS FROM CLOSE OF AUCTIONS.   SHIPPING IS DONE IN 7 WORKING DAYS OF PAYMENT   SHIPPING IS WITH SAPO UNLESS A COURIER IS ARRANGED   NO FREE SHIPPING.       TO VIEW OUR OTHER WONDERFUL ITEMS ON AUCTION PLEASE GO TO: //www.bidor buy.co.za/seller/1800759/lots_for_sale    PLEASE NOTE WE NO LONGER CLOSE AUCTIONS EARLY, IT UPSETS PEOPLE THAT ARE FOLLOWING THAT ITEM WHETHER IT IS ON THERE WATCHLIST OR NOT.                
South Africa

R 15

PARODIA MIXED SPECIES - 20 SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER -

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. This Parodia Mixed Species pack consists of around 30 different Parodia species. Flower colours range from yellow to orange and red to purple. A wide variety of spination and growth forms are present in this pack. They need regular water in summer but keep it rather dry in winter as it tends to lose its roots in winter if kept wet and cold. It can tolerate light frost at -1°C and if kept dry at -9°C. Easy from seed, they make a stunning addition to any cactus collection, being equally attractive in or out of flower. These are small globular species, many with hooked spines and tubercles rather than ribs. They are slow growing, but flower whilst still quite small.  
South Africa

PARODIA ROSEOLUTEA - 10 SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. lign="center"> Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. Parodia roseolutea is a solitary globular cactus from southern South America. Parodia roseolutea grows up to 25cm in circumference and is nicely spined. It produces magnificent 7.5cm flowers in late spring. They are red to pink with a yellow throat. This plant seems to incorporate some of the features of both Parodia herteri and Parodia mammulosa. Both flower colour and spination seem to be midway between the two species. The plant can ultimately reach the size of Parodia herteri but it flowers at a much smaller size and withstands some winter coldness.
South Africa

MAMMILLARIA COMPRESSA SEEDS - VERIFIED SELLER - EXOTIC

Mammillaria is arguably the most popular cactus genus in cultivation. Mammillarias have extremely variable spination from species to species, and eye-catching flowers, making them specifically attractive for cactus hobbyists. Most Mammillaria plants are considered easy to cultivate. The genus Mammillaria is one of the largest in the Cactaceae family, with currently over 200 known species and varieties recognized. Mammillarias are native to Mexico, southwest USA, the Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala and Honduras. The first was described by Carolus Linnaeus as Cactus mammillaris in 1753, deriving its name from Latin mammilla, "nipple", referring to the tubercles that are one of the plant's specific features. In 1812, the cactus specialist Adrian Haworth described the genus Mammillaria to contain this and related species. Numerous species are commonly known as nipple cactus, fishhook cactus or pincushion though such terms may also be used for related taxa such as Escobari Mammillaria species can be grown as pot plants and make interesting features on a sunny veranda or windowsill. They also make an attractive addition to a rockery or water-wise garden. The variation in spines is a novel selling feature and often, these plants fit the stereotypical expectations that most people have for a cactus plant, although some species are only going to be found among highly-dedicated cactus growers. The popularity of this genus has led to a good deal of study and consequent literature on both growing and identifying Mammillaria species. Mammillaria compressa commonly known as Mother of Hundreds is an easily clustering and easily flowered species. It is one of the largest of all the Mammillarias. Most plants will offset readily, and huge clumps can be produced in a very few years. It is a fast growing species which requires regular irrigation in summer but should be left to go dry between watering. For best results use a pot with good drainage and a very porous growing media. Keep it dry in winter and feed with a high potassium fertilizer in summer. It is quite frost resistant if kept dry, hardy as low as -12°C. Outdoors in the garden it thrives on full sun or afternoon shade, inside it needs bright light, and some direct sun. This is an easily clustering and easily flowered species. Most plants will offset readily, and clumps can be produced in a few years.
South Africa

PARODIA MIXED SPECIES - 50 BULK SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies.           The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbgle flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as pot plants on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. This Parodia Mixed Species pack consists of around 30 different Parodia species. Flower colours range from yellow to orange and red to purple. A wide variety of spination and growth forms are present in this pack. They need regular water in summer but keep it rather dry in winter as it tends to lose its roots in winter if kept wet and cold. It can tolerate light frost at -1°C and if kept dry at -9°C. Easy from seed, they make a stunning addition to any cactus collection, being equally attractive in or out of flower. These are small globular species, many with hooked spines and tubercles rather than ribs. They are slow growing, but flower whilst still quite small.  
South Africa

PARODIA MIXED SPECIES - 10 SEED PACK - VERIFIED SELLER -

Parodia is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family Cactaceae. The genus is named after the Argentine botanist Lorenzo Raimundo Parodi who lived from 1895 to 1966. Flowers in all species arise from fuzzy buds, typically with bristles, at the apex. Flowers are cup-shaped and point straight up. They are easy to grow, have intriguing stems and spines and flower easily with brightly-coloured flowers. This fact in combination with their relatively small size, ensure that nearly all cactus growers will have some representative of this group. While advanced hobbyists may grow many of the various species and subspecies. The genus has about 50 species, many of which have been transferred from Eriocactus, Notocactus and Wigginsia. They are native to the uplands of Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay and range from small globose plants to 1 meter tall columnar cacti. All are deeply ribbed and spiny, with single flowers at or near the crown. Some species produce offsets at the base and most are free flowering, with stunning blooms throughout the year. These cacti are perfect for rockeries, where they will give your garden splashes of colour or as on a sunny windowsill. Either way you are assured of many years of joy. This Parodia Mixed Species pack consists of around 30 different Parodia species. Flower colours range from yellow to orange and red to purple. A wide variety of spination and growth forms are present in this pack. They need regular water in summer but keep it rather dry in winter as it tends to lose its roots in winter if kept wet and cold. It can tolerate light frost at -1°C and if kept dry at -9°C. Easy from seed, they make a stunning addition to any cactus collection, being equally attractive in or out of flower. These are small globular species, many with hooked spines and tubercles rather than ribs. They are slow growing, but flower whilst still quite small.
South Africa (All cities)

R 10

AWAKE THE ENTREPRENEUR I WANT TO SUCCEED AND I WILL BY G M

AWAKE THE ENTREPRENEUR I want to succeed and I will by G M Jaumain Soft cover in good condition.   FOR FULL DETAILS OF THIS BOOK AND ADDITIONAL PHOTOS PLEASE CONTACT THE SELLER
South Africa (All cities)

R 75

KEEN SELLER 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH PARKING, DURBAN CBD

Spacious 2 bed investment apartment for sale in Baker Street, close to the Broad St Police Station. Well maintained and secure building, with disc controlled access and security personnel on duty 24/7 Good tenant in place - rental R4800 per month, (flat and parking) Spacious Flat in excellent condition - tiled living area with open plan kitchen. Fitted kitchen with stove and extractor, under counter oven. Built in cupboards in bedrooms. Sale includes exclusive use undercover secure parking All reasonable, written offers will be submitted to owner. To view - contact Geraldine 031 3055720 mornings - or 0828522566
South Africa

R 425.000


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