Diascia integerrima is a hardy, bushy, evergreen, perennial groundcover, which has fine narrow leaves. It grows in clumps branching from the ground into many wiry but rigid stems, reaching a height of 40cm. Pink flowers are produced throughout the summer.
It prefers to grow in full sun but will tolerate partial light shade. It requires well-drained, compost rich, moist soil. Prune after flowering.
Diascia integerrima is one of the most widespread, toughest and floriferous of all the Diascia species.