Crassula multicava is a fairly hardy, mat-forming, broad-leaved, evergreen, succulent plant with spikes of dainty pink flowers from May to November.
Ruellia patula is a perennial groundcover that produces annual, spreading shoots, from a woody rootstock. It is not an aggressive grower and makes a beautiful display as a groundcover. It prefers semi-shade.
Delosperma caespitosum is a succulent, compact shrublet that has creeping stems, producing slender flowering branches from the base. The pink flowers are more than 2cm in diameter.
Planted en masse they make a lovely show. They can also be used to help stabilise banks.
Dymondia margaretae is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant, flat groundcover with silver and green variegated leaves. This dainty plant with lovely yellow flowers is ideal for planting between stepping-stones.
Helichrysum cymosum is a hardy scrambling, small shrub has grey wooly leaves with densely wooly undersides. It is a lovely foliage plant to add silver and texture to mixed plantings.
Felicia amelloides is a groundcover or shrublet with bright green foliage and masses of daisy-like flowers almost all year round. Plant in the sun.
Berkheya purpurea is a hardy, stout perennial that grows in colonies in grasslands.The large, deep mauve flowers are carried on tall stems.
Delosperma cooperii is a creeper hat will spread quickly and can cover quite a large area. It is ideal for bigger gardens where one can enjoy a mass display of flowers.
Delosperma herbeum, a little “vygie”, does not spread uncontrollably, but stays compact. It can be planted on a rockery or amongst indigenous grasses.