Plectranthus verticilatus is a fairly hardy, evergreen, creeping, fast growing groundcover with soft, fleshy, round leaves. . The spikes of white-mauve flowers attract a whole host of butterflies and insects.
Hardy, evergreen, flat growing, groundcover with attractive round leaves. Small starry white flowers are borne along the trailing stems.
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.
Planted en masse they make a lovely show. They can also be used to help stabilise banks.
Crassula multicava is a fairly hardy, mat-forming, broad-leaved, evergreen, succulent plant with spikes of dainty pink flowers from May to November.
Stachys aethiopica is a hardy, spreading groundcover with beautiful pale green, almost quilted, leaves. It bears spikes of small, tubular flowers almost all year round that attract a myriad of tiny insects.
Ruellia cordata stays compact and this groundcover looks very attractive on a rockery, interplanted with small grasses. It will tolerate some shade. Flowering season is quite long.
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.
Delosperma obtusum has large, showy flowers that appears en masse. It is a very effective groundcover in colder areas.
Thunbergia neglecta usually occurs in in Grasslands or Savannah. It sprouts annually from a woody rootstock. The large yellow flowers are very conspicuous.