The Red Bushwillow is a beautiful and iconic tree that serves as a staple for many different browsers. Paricularly common in the Kruger National Park, the tree seems to attract many different browsers to its leaves leading to popular animal sightings. In the Lowveld the Tree is a rather common sight, decorating the green landscape with the beautiful red leaves. The Red Bushwillow receives its name from the leaves’ reddish colour when the winter months roll around. The leaves are actually mildly poisonous and can cause hiccups to many herbivores that feed on the leaves.