Kniphofia pauciflora is a very dainty miniature poker for a wet, sunny spot. It can form quite large clumps. It bears dainty spikes of yellow tubular flowers almost all year round.
Asclepias affinis is a small shrublet with leaves that are borne on short stalks and is almost triangular. The inflorescence is a many-flowered umbel and yellowish in colour. Very unusual plant.
Nymphoides thunbergiana is a semi-deciduous, fast-growing, floating plant with rhizomes and long, slender stems ending in almost circular leaves floating flat on the surface of the water. It is also suitable for a very small pond.
This tufted, miniature blue iris is common on rocky outcrops, grasslands and moist areas. It has a very long flowering season, starting in Spring.
Pelargonium pseudofumarioides is a small prostrate herb with a woody taproot and the branches are normally spreading. It is a very effective groundcover. It prefers a well-drained soil and is frost hardy.
Pelargonium luridum is one of the most beautiful of the tuberous species. It bears pinkish-beige flowers on long stems, waving above the grass. It prefers a damp spot and is at its best amongst grasses. Keep dry in winter.
Vahlia capensis is a pretty little multi-stemmed shrublet, up to 30cm in height, that can handle very harsh conditions and still flower. The flowering season is very long.
New and bluest Plectranthus of all makes a worthwhile and useful addition to the shade palette in your garden.
The leaves of Syncolostemon pretoriae are very aromatic. The two-lipped flowers can vary from white to pink. It is a nice compact plant that can be intermingled with grasses. Also a good container plant