Dissotis princeps is a fairly hardy soft herbaceous shrub that has beautiful mauve or white flowers in summer and autumn. Plant in a damp spot.
Gnidia capitata sprouts annually from a woody rootstock. The stalkless leaves are bluish-green and flowers are borne on the tips of lax branches. The flowerheads can have up to 15 individual flowers.
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.
This prostrate perennial has bright green, needle-like dense foliage with fragrant, small, star-like flowers.
Senecio inornatus is a tall, robust plant that does not go unnoticed in any grassland or wetland.
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.
Berula erecta is a semi-aquatic plant to 1 metre, but often rather sprawling. It occurs as a submerged aquatic in rivers and streams
In Dietes flavida, the leaves have a strong fan shape that makes it very attractive. The whitish flowers with strong yellow markings are unusual.
Pterodiscus speciosus is a perennial suffrotex with an underground tuberous caudex with annual herbaceous stems raying out every which way from the hard, conical caudex. The flowers are a bright purplish pink and up to 40mm in diameter. It is often grown as a pot plant with the emphasis on the caudex.