Mondia whitei is an excellent garden subject where a climber is needed for providing a shaded area. It is frost sensitive.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This climber with bluish ,deeply lobed leaves sprouts from a woody rootstock. Yellow flowers appear in early summer, followed by red berries
Gloriosa superba is normally found in Savannah or coastal scrub where it scrambles up the vegetation. Ideal for the smaller garden