This is an easy road side cache in Hanover, halfway between Cape Town and Gauteng and a very quiet/ pieceful Guest house for an overnight stop when you are tired. Magnificent specimens of the European Ash Tree is infront of this house and throughout this town. The Owner is aware of the cache and will gladly assist with any touristy questions you may have.
Ash trees are placed in the genus Fraxinus in the olive (Oleaceae) family. They are often used as shade, lawn and street trees. You can spot one by looking for trees with opposite branching (not many trees do this) and compound leaves. They are dioecious and male trees can be chosen if you don't want fruit. The fruits are samaras, which are winged seeds like those of maples. They are usually grouped in clusters on the stem.