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Nature's Silver and Copper Reflective Colours
Above - the Silver Tree's leaves reflect photons of sunlight that break through the atmosphere and in order to safely nourish its roots, stalks and stems each leaf has silver soft biome capillary hairs that have the additional task of saving water for the plant. Whether Summer strength or bleak Winter the light is filtered against harmful ultra violet rays for maximum survival for the Leucadendron Argenteum The Schotia Brachypetala or [for us who are half-Afrikaans] the 'Boerbean tree' occurs in drier montane woodland, initially a lime-green seedpod that turns a metallic copper colour. Decoction of the pod by the Khoisan peoples was effected early in our history and its reduced sap used and seeds eaten. [Taken with the Fuji S700, 10x Finepix].