Hypoxis hemerocallidea is a tuberous perennial with strap-like leaves and yellow star-shaped flowers. The leaves of this bulb are arranged in a triangular fashion. Plant in full sun in well-drained, compost rich soil.
Cephalaria zeyheriana is a charming perennial that sprouts annually from a woody rootstock and can reach a flowering height of more than one meter. Plant in a damp spot.
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.
Asparagus suaveolens makes quite a show early summer when it is covered in white flowers. Its compact size and lack of thorns makes it a good choice for the garden.
Jamesbrittenia burkeana is an erect, perennial shrublet that has a most unusual flower but it is quite small. A very unusual plant for the rockery.
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.
Lasiospermum bipinnatum is a prolific and showy perennial daisy with beautiful white-rayed flowerheads and aromatic leaves. It can tolerate a wide range of soils.
This tufted, miniature blue iris is common on rocky outcrops, grasslands and moist areas. It has a very long flowering season, starting in Spring.
Clivia nobilis is an evergreen, long lived plant that produces an inflorescence containing between 40 – 60 pendulous flowers ranging from orange-green to red in colour. It is a slow grower.
Dimorphotheca jucunda must have sufficient sunlight or the flowers will close. A good groundcover for binding soil in sunny areas. It is very hardy. It requires well-drained soil, as it occurs naturally in rocky grasslands.