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<h2>Broad-leaved Sugarbush</h2>
<img src="" alt="Pulpit rock" width="284" height="213" align="right">
<p><i>Protea eximia</i> (was <i>Protea latifolia</i>)</i></p>
<p>This Protea was South Africa’s national flower until 1976 — before the honor went to the King Protea. In Afrikaans it is known as the Suikerbos which is a common enough term: as in Suikerbossie Restaurant, and in the song “Suikerbos ek wil jou hê”. The Sugarbush generally occurs in large thickets. The flower varies in color from a pale yellow hue to bright pink.</p>

<h2>King protea</h2>
<p><i>Protea cynaroides</i></p>
<p><img src="" width="284" height="213" align="right" />
	I cannot help being impressed each time I see a King Protea — South Africa’s national flower. This unmistakable protea can be flowering all year round in different areas.</p>


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