Aloe boylei is a very hardy, stemless aloe with long, narrow, yellow-green leaves arranged in a fan shape.A lovely garden plant and a beautiful addition to a grassland or marsh area.
This little vygie stays compact which makes it ideal as a groundcover that should not be rampant.
Orbea lutea is a succulent perennial without obvious leaves. When growing in full sun the stems are mottled maroon to purple on a green background. The flowers are produced in clusters consisting of 6–24 flowers.
The spreading bulbine prefers a sunny spot and fairly dry conditions – ideal for a rockery. Interplant with grasses that will support it.
Crassula perfoliata is an attractive summer-flowering succulent with greyish-green sickle-shaped leaves and red flowers.
Kalanchoe sexangularis is a hardy, robust, drought resistant, evergreen succulent with attractive, broad green leaves that turn ruby- red in winter. Popular and easy plant for sun or semi-shade although the leaves are brilliant red in direct sunlight. Do not overwater.
Kleinia stapelioformis has a succulent stem resembling that of Stapelia, hence the specie name. It normally grows under trees where the shade is not too deep. It requires little water and is not prone to diseases.
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.