Hardy, evergreen, flat growing, groundcover with attractive round leaves. Small starry white flowers are borne along the trailing stems.
This slender herb is very conspicuous amongst the grasses, where it normally occurs.
Delosperma ashtonii has flattened, three sided succulent, hairy leaves. It forms a low, creeping groundcover to 10cm high which flowers in summer and early autumn. It sprouts annually from a woody rootstock.
Berkheya purpurea is a hardy, stout perennial that grows in colonies in grasslands.The large, deep mauve flowers are carried on tall stems.
Asystasia gangetica, the creeping foxglove is an attractive, fast-growing, spreading, herbaceous groundcover that grows from 300 mm to 600 mm in height
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.
Searsia magaliesmontanum is a multi-stemmed, dwarf, spreading shrub, 150-500 mm high. The young growth on the plant is often bronze, coral pink or red. Plant in a well-drained soil.
Hermannia auricoma has nodding, yellow flowers can reach a height of 10cm. The leaves of this perennial are prostrate and quite often maroon in colour.