Rhoicissus digitata is a hardy, evergreen creeper with very attractive foliage. The flowers attract many insects and the fruits attract birds.It can be used as a screen or can be draped over a large rock.
Senecio macroglossus, a fairly hardy, evergreen, slender, fast growing creeper with attractive, glossy, ivy-like foliage and lemon-yellow daisy-like flowers.It grows in sun or semi-shade.
Littonia modesta is a dainty little creeper that is always found in the semi-shade of shrubs where it scrambles for sunlight. Plant it where it will enjoy some support. It prefers a well-drained soil.
Vigna unguciculata is a trailing herb with stems up to 2m. Sprouts annually from a woody rootstock. This gentle creeper is well suited to a small garden where it can be used as a screen in summer.
The lovely light green leaves resemble that of a fern and has a delicate appearance. The small white flowers are followed by red berries that are relished by birds.
The beautiful glossy leaves of Asparagus asparagoides make this climber a very attractive addition to the garden.
Asclepias stellifera is a sparsely branched shrublet sprouting from a woody rootstock. Flowers are in groups on long inflorescence stalks. Plant on a rockery.
Petopentia natalensis is a climber from the forest floor. Eventually it forms quite a large tuber above ground that is very attractive. The thick leaves are dark green, shiny and very attractive.
Cyphostemma lanigerum has rough leaves that makes this bushy creeper quite a display if draped over rocks in a semi-shady position. Red berries appear in late summer, reminiscent of grapes.
Ancylobotrys capensis is a good choice for difficult rocky patches in a highveld garden.Flowers are large and sweetly scented.