I dropped in at the Stellenbosch Botanical Gardens run by the local university. An eager male student asked if I was here to see some really rare plant from Namibia (of course I can’t remember the name now). I was like, “Uhh, yes?” I’m no plant expert so he showed me the plant in question and then I walked around. I was intrigued when I came across what appears to be a heart-shaped cactus from Namibia. I wanted to ask the horticulture student about it, but he was pre-occuppied answering questions from two little old ladies, most likely, who actually knew a thing or two about plants. Therefore, I can’t tell you anything about it, but I think it’s neat. However, if you need to know the Latin name of the Red Maple tree or the Sawtooth Oak, I’m your girl. That’s about the only thing I remember from my Plant Sciences class I took in university.