Littonia modesta is a dainty little creeper that is always found in the semi-shade of shrubs where it scrambles for sunlight. Plant it where it will enjoy some support. It prefers a well-drained soil.
Mondia whitei is an excellent garden subject where a climber is needed for providing a shaded area. It is frost sensitive.
Petopentia natalensis is a climber from the forest floor. Eventually it forms quite a large tuber above ground that is very attractive. The thick leaves are dark green, shiny and very attractive.
Podranea ricasoliana is a hardy, robust, evergreen climber with bright green leaves. The large pink trumpet shaped flowers are carried in loose nodding clusters mainly in autumn but with a few flowers throughout the year.
Rhoicissus digitata is a hardy, evergreen creeper with very attractive foliage. The flowers attract many insects and the fruits attract birds.It can be used as a screen or can be draped over a large rock.
The leaflets of Rhoicissus revoilii are glossy green above, but reddish-brown below and that makes it very attractive. Usually a scrambling shrub, sometimes a small tree. It is drought resistant and can tolerate light frost.
The leaves of Rhoicissus sekhukunensis is exceptionally large, even for a Rhoicissus. New leaves are a delicate pink. It is a slow grower.
Rhoicissus tomentosa is a handsome, vigorous, evergreen tendril climber with large, ornamental, vine-like leaves. Fast growing in sun or semi shade on pergolas or as a dense ground cover.
Rhoicissus tridentata is ideal for screening off a fence or cascading down a bank. It also makes a good subject for a large hanging basket. It is very frost hardy and drought tolerant.
Sandersonia aurantiaca is an erect, deciduous, summer-growing geophyte. The elegant, lantern-like flowers are borne on long stalks. Difficult in cultivation and requires a cool climate.