Nemesia fruticans' flowers resemble little snapdragon flowers, with two lips and a spur. They are dusty-pink or mauve and decorated with bright yellow protuberances in the throat. Like many other grassland perennials it has a woody taproot that helps it survive fires and winter frost.
Interplant it with grasses or plant on a rockery for extra colour.
Do not confuse Nemesia fruticans with plants sold commercially under this name - it is not the same thing.