Chaenostoma cordatum (Sutera floribunda) is a much-branched perennial herb that grows in the grasslands. It flowers profusely from January onwards. It prefers a sunny spot in the garden and has few natural enemies.
Plant in a compost-rich soil for best results. It is very effective if interplanted with small grasses such as Sporobolus stapfianus or Eragrostis racemosa.
You may find stock of this plant at Random Harvest.