Ceropegia ampliata is a perennial twiner or scrambler with a succulent stem arising from a fleshy, tuberous rootstock. Plant it under a tree or shrub with an open canopy.
Combretum bracteosum is a sprawling, deciduous shrub with deep red, bottle brush like flowers and lovely autumn foliage. Protet from frost when young.
Combretum microphyllum is a vigorous climber or scrambling shrub that has glossy dark green leaves. It bears showy crimson-red brush-like flowers massed closely along the whole length of the branches in spring, usually before the spring leaves emerge.
Cyphostemma lanigerum has rough leaves that makes this bushy creeper quite a display if draped over rocks in a semi-shady position. Red berries appear in late summer, reminiscent of grapes.
Gloriosa superba is normally found in Savannah or coastal scrub where it scrambles up the vegetation. Ideal for the smaller garden
Jasminum angulare is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant climber with glossy, dark leaves. Flowers are white, starlike, sweetly scented, and velvety. It requires full sun or light shade. This is quite a delicate climber that can be used over arches and along fences and walls.
Jasminum breviflorum has flowers that are quite small, but is born in profusion. It is well adapted to drier areas.
Jasminum fluminense is always found near the water’s edge where it scrambles through the canopy of the riverine trees. It is one of few species that flowers all year.
Jasminum multipartitum is a hardy, fast growing, evergreen creeper or scrambler with small, glossy, dark green foliage and masses of fragrant, white star-shaped flowers. Grows in sun or semi-shade.
Jasminum stenolobum flowers more profusely in full sun and has masses of large, fragrant, white, star-shaped flowers with a pink underside.