Osteospermum muricatum is a strongly aromatic, bushy perennial herb or much-branched shrublet. Plant it in a sunny spot for best flowering performance.
Senecio inornatus is a tall, robust plant that does not go unnoticed in any grassland or wetland.
Nemesia fruticans’ flowers resemble little snapdragon flowers, with two lips and a spur. It has a woody taproot that helps it survive fires and winter frost. Interplant it with grasses or plant on a rockery for extra colour.
It makes a lovely display when interplanted with grasses or if planted amongst rocks.
This tufted, hardy, evergreen perennial is impressive in mass plantings or borders along flowerbeds and paths.
Pycnostachys reticulata has pale blue and mauve flowers densely crowded into short, spikes. The inflorescence is terminal on the main or lateral branches. It prefers a damp spot.
Kniphofia fluviatilis is normally multi-stemmed. The inflorescence is quite long and the colour of the flowers vary between orange -red and apricot-yellow. It occurs in running water as well as in wetlands. Ideal plant for the wet spot in the garden.
Clivia miniata is a perennial with dark, strap-like leaves that has very showy orange flowers. It is one of the most popular garden plants around the world.
The leaves of Syncolostemon pretoriae are very aromatic. The two-lipped flowers can vary from white to pink. It is a nice compact plant that can be intermingled with grasses. Also a good container plant
Zaluzianskya katharinae is a small perennial, 30cm in height. The beautiful rose and white flowers have a sweet perfume but only open at dusk A very striking perennial for a grassland mix.