Sandersonia aurantiaca is an erect, deciduous, summer-growing geophyte. The elegant, lantern-like flowers are borne on long stalks. Difficult in cultivation and requires a cool climate.
Jasminum angulare is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant climber with glossy, dark leaves. Flowers are white, starlike, sweetly scented, and velvety. It requires full sun or light shade. This is quite a delicate climber that can be used over arches and along fences and walls.
Ancylobotrys capensis is a good choice for difficult rocky patches in a highveld garden.Flowers are large and sweetly scented.
The leaves of Rhoicissus sekhukunensis is exceptionally large, even for a Rhoicissus. New leaves are a delicate pink. It is a slow grower.
Jasminum breviflorum has flowers that are quite small, but is born in profusion. It is well adapted to drier areas.
Asparagus setaceus is a sprawling climber and is evergreen. The new stems are soft, feathery and without thorns. It is ideal to cover an embankment or to cover a fence where privacy is required.
Jasminum multipartitum is a hardy, fast growing, evergreen creeper or scrambler with small, glossy, dark green foliage and masses of fragrant, white star-shaped flowers. Grows in sun or semi-shade.
Strophanthus speciosus has attractive shiny green leaves with a a mottled effect. It bears masses of gorgeous spidery, scented, creamy yellow and red flowers. Plant in semi-shade or shade in well drained soil.
The beautiful glossy leaves of Asparagus asparagoides make this climber a very attractive addition to the garden.
Vigna vexillata is a beautiful creeper that sprouts annually from a woody rootstock. It is not very aggressive and produces lovely pea-like flowers in spring.