The drooping orange-yellow flowers with green tips are very distinctive of this plant.
When interplanted with grasses, Trachyandra asperata is hardly noticeable, except when it pushes its lovely white flowers that makes a lovely contrast.
Gunnera perpensa is a deciduous, very hardy marsh plant with large tuberous roots and beautiful large round leaves on long stems. It makes an attractive foliage plant for damp, sunny places in a large garden or park.
Dietes bicolor is a hardy, evergreen, clump-forming, graceful plant with long narrow, arching leaves. It bears beautiful, large, yellow flowers with black-brown markings from August to February.
Senecio speciosus is a clump forming perennial with a basal rosette of toothed leaves and sprays of lilac pink flowers.This fleshy perennial is a lovely surprise in the grasslands during late winter. It prefers a damp spot to thrive.
Sansevieria aethiopica forms dense stands under fairly open tree canopy. A tall flowering stem carries creamy, scented, whitish-yellow tubular flowers. Plant in semi-shade. It is very drought tolerant.
Flowers are borne on ground level and the fruit develops below ground level. This important medicinal plant in is now assumed extinct in the wild.
Sansevieria metallica is quite rare. It has a very interesting silvery, horizontally marbled appearance that accents the long swordlike leaves.
Talbotia elegans is a creeping, matt-forming perennial normally found on mountain ridges in the shade. It is most unusual and is a good container plant.