Ideal as a rockery or bedding plant in well-drained soil in full sun.
This well known grass aloe is commonly found along rocky ridges of the Witwatersrand. The plants form dense clumps. The habitat is highly threatened.
The circular, spirally arranged, mottled leaves makes the little succulent quite attractive.
Kleinia fulgens is a stunning, grey-leafed plant with a profusion of scarlet flowers in winter. It prefers semi-shadePlant in a well-drained soil and do not overwater.
Ruschia hamata, a small succulent shrub is very cold hardy and enhances any small rockery or a dry, sunny spot in the garden. Plant in a well-drained soil and do not overwater.
In form it resembles an aloe with smooth leaves and produces colourful, tall spikes of fluffy yellow flowers.
Stapelia gettliffei normally grows in dappled shade under trees. It is best suited to a rocky area where it can not be overgrown by other species. The whitish-pink flower is very hairy.
Kalenchoe thyrsiflora forms a basal rosette of large rounded, fleshy leaves. The inflorescence can reach 1m. Plant in a well-drained soil in full sun. Do not overwater.
Crassula setulosa is a small, succulent herb that is quite often found in rock crevices where it forms cushions of rosettes. Its compact size makes it ideal for a small rockery.