Delosperma herbeum, a little “vygie”, does not spread uncontrollably, but stays compact. It can be planted on a rockery or amongst indigenous grasses.
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.
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.
Crassula sarcocaulis grows in sun or semi shade and is beautiful planted amongst rocks or in a container. It makes a great, easy to grow, bonsai subject. Do not overwater since it will lose its bonsai character.
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.