Although the West Coast is looking grey and dry at the moment, keep your eyes open for round balls of pink flowers currently in bloom amongst the Fynbos. This spherical collections of flowers are commonly known as Tumble weed (Brunsvigia Bosmaniae). Whilst in bloom it is especially fragrant at night and pollinated by moths. The round ball is attached to a bulb (underground) and this burst of colour is the fruiting head which will eventually dry out, loose colour and detach from the plant. The dried out ball is blown away by the wind and efficiently disperse its seed. Really clever! And this is what it looks like.