It grows well in either sun or shade and is useful for stabilising banks.
Arctotis arctotoides is a fast-growing, soft, herbaceous groundcover that forms carpets of light green foliage decorated with cheerful, butter-yellow daisy flowers almost all year round.
Asystasia gangetica, the creeping foxglove is an attractive, fast-growing, spreading, herbaceous groundcover that grows from 300 mm to 600 mm in height
Barleria repens is a semi-hardy, evergreen, small, drought resistant, herbaceous shrublet or groundcover that tends to sprawl. Flowers are large and showy. It is very waterwise.
Berkheya purpurea is a hardy, stout perennial that grows in colonies in grasslands.The large, deep mauve flowers are carried on tall stems.
Planted en masse they make a lovely show. They can also be used to help stabilise banks.
Hardy, evergreen, flat growing, groundcover with attractive round leaves. Small starry white flowers are borne along the trailing stems.