Barleria pretoriensis is a beautiful shrublet that normally occurs below trees and is very attractive if interplanted with grasses and other perennials. The flowering period is quite long.
Pelargonium graveolens with its strongly rose-scented leaves and pinkish white flowers is an interesting addition to the mixed border. Plant in a rockery where it can scramble over rocks.
It is a fascinating plant with blackened stems in the winter months but totally transformed in early summer when covered with masses of blue flowers. Plant in full sun in a well-drained soil.
Plectranthus ramosior is a semi-succulent, aromatic, herbaceous plant with trailing stems up to 15cm. high The round leaves are toothed.. It bears white, mauve or purple flowers on fairly long stalks. Some plants are variegated.
This genus can really be described as living fossils. Plant in an area that can constrict the plant, since it will spread rapidly. It is ideal as a container plant.
Kniphofia albescens produces white to cream flowers and is a very attractive subject. Grow it in a damp spot.
Nesaea schinzii is a little prostrate shrublet, 30-50 cm tall, with several stems sprouting from a woody rootstock. It is very pretty when in flower. Plant in a damp spot.
This very hardy plant makes a nice display when planted en masse and do best in a damp spot.
Scabiosa columbaria is a lovely plant for mass planting in full sun. Butterflies are irresistibly attracted to its nectar. It is also very effective when interplanted with grasses.
This perennial dwarf shrub is very floriferous. It starts flowering early in Spring and it lasts into late Autumn.