Fresh seed of Nymania capensis (Klapperbos) available here:
Nymania capensis is native to the dry southern and western parts of South Africa and also occurs in southern Namibia.
Nymania capensis in habitat in the Little Karoo.
The plants are particularly attractive in winter and early spring when when producing fruit in the shape of small Chinese lanterns. They form small desert trees and can withstand considerable periods of drought.
Nymania capensis flower.
Nymania capensis fruit resembling Chinese lanterns.
The Chinese lantern is pollinated by bees . When the fruit ripens the puffy capsules containing the seed are blown off the plant and carried by the wind some distance away from the parent plant.
The plants can be grown from seed which can be sown in autumn or early spring.