Triaspis hypericoides is a semi-woody shrublet with twining shoots from an underground rootstock. Beautiful flowers are produced in Spring.
The bicoloured leaves and compact appearance of Croton pseudopulchellus make it an attractive choice for the smaller garden.
Carissa bispinosa has glossy, dark green foliage with clusters of sweetly scented white flowers, followed by small red berries.
Mackaya bella is a hardy, evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy leaves and long bunches of lilac or white, trumpet-shaped flowers. It grows in deep shade where the flowers seem to glow in the dark. An excellent garden subject for that shady corner.
Chrysanthemoides monilifera is a shrub that is covered in yellow daisy-like flowers almost all year. Plant in full sun in well-drained soil. It requires in a protected spot on the Highveld.
Hypericum revolutum is a bushy shrub that is common along streams in the Mpumalanga escarp. Flowers are large and showy and occur throughout the year.
Terminalia prunoides is a shrub or small tree that is often multi-stemmed and produces greenish-white flowers followed by red to purple winged nuts that stay on the tree for a long time – very decorative.
Erica cerinthoides is one of a few ericas that resprout from a woody rootstock after fire. The result is the production of clusters of lovely inflated, tubular, red flowers.
The shiny leaves makes Rhamnus prinoides a very attractive shrub. The small yellow flowers occur all year round. Birds love the berries. Plant in semi-shade or in full sun in the cooler regions.
Very hardy, evergreen, shade loving, scrambling shrub with striking white flowers. It does equally well in sun and semi-shade.