Hardy, deciduous, bulbous plant that climbs by means of its much-branched inflorescence, which sends out brilliant green tendrils in spring with pretty greenish-white flowers on the tips.
Combretum bracteosum is a sprawling, deciduous shrub with deep red, bottle brush like flowers and lovely autumn foliage. Protet from frost when young.
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.
True to its name this attractive, structural climber closely resembles a young Outeniqua yellowood with its dark green, glossy foliage.
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.
Asclepias stellifera is a sparsely branched shrublet sprouting from a woody rootstock. Flowers are in groups on long inflorescence stalks. Plant on a rockery.
Senecio tamoides is a climber that is evergreen and has lovely glossy leaves. Huge flower heads of bright yellow daisy-like flowers are sweetly scented. If planted together with blue Plumbago along a fence it makes a wonderful show.
The leaflets of Rhoicissus revoilii are glossy green above, but reddish-brown below and that makes it very attractive. Usually a scrambling shrub, sometimes a small tree. It is drought resistant and can tolerate light frost.
Senecio brachypodus is a scrambling, succulent creeper. Leaves are fleshy and dark green. The flowerheads are congested clusters in branched inflorescences. It is a hardy garden plant that attracts butterflies.
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.