Haplocarpha lyrata is a stemless herb with the leaves in a basal rosette. The yellow flowers are borne on relatively short stalks. It prefers a damp spot in full sun.
Eriosema cordatum is a prostrate, perennial herb that produces sprawling, hairy stems from a woody base. It is normally found growing amongst grasses. Yellow flowers are at the base of the stems and curve upwards for a nice display.
This bushy perennial with its large flowers is quite aromatic. Leaves are needle-like and it blends well with grasses. It flowers early in the season.