It grows well in either sun or shade and is useful for stabilising banks.
Arctotis arctotoides is a fast-growing, soft, herbaceous groundcover that forms carpets of light green foliage decorated with cheerful, butter-yellow daisy flowers almost all year round.
Asystasia gangetica, the creeping foxglove is an attractive, fast-growing, spreading, herbaceous groundcover that grows from 300 mm to 600 mm in height
Barleria repens is a semi-hardy, evergreen, small, drought resistant, herbaceous shrublet or groundcover that tends to sprawl. Flowers are large and showy. It is very waterwise.
Berkheya purpurea is a hardy, stout perennial that grows in colonies in grasslands.The large, deep mauve flowers are carried on tall stems.
Flowers of this spiny plant is quite spectacular. Plant it as a groundcover or in areas where you do not want traffic.
Planted en masse they make a lovely show. They can also be used to help stabilise banks.
Hardy, evergreen, flat growing, groundcover with attractive round leaves. Small starry white flowers are borne along the trailing stems.
Chlorophytum comosum is probably the most cultivated house plant in the world, especially the cultivars. Prefers a shady spot and makes a good groundcover.
In the natural habitat of Chlorophytum modestum you will always find it in the shade of forest trees. It makes an excellent groundcover.