Crabbea aucalis, a dwarf, stemless perennial has a basal rosette and flowers virtually on ground level. A very unusual plant suitable for a rockery.
Crassula multicava is a fairly hardy, mat-forming, broad-leaved, evergreen, succulent plant with spikes of dainty pink flowers from May to November.
Delosperma ashtonii has flattened, three sided succulent, hairy leaves. It forms a low, creeping groundcover to 10cm high which flowers in summer and early autumn. It sprouts annually from a woody rootstock.
Delosperma caespitosum is a succulent, compact shrublet that has creeping stems, producing slender flowering branches from the base. The pink flowers are more than 2cm in diameter.
Delosperma cooperii is a creeper hat will spread quickly and can cover quite a large area. It is ideal for bigger gardens where one can enjoy a mass display of flowers.
Delosperma herbeum, a little “vygie”, does not spread uncontrollably, but stays compact. It can be planted on a rockery or amongst indigenous grasses.
Delosperma lydenbergense is a flat, spreading Vygie for a sunny, dry area of the garden. Large, glistening, purple-mauve flowers attract insects to the garden. Good ground cover for sandy soils and in rockeries or on embankments.
Delosperma obtusum has large, showy flowers that appears en masse. It is a very effective groundcover in colder areas.
Delosperma purpureum is very hardy and well adapted to harsh conditions. It forms a lovely groundcover in semi shade.
Dymondia margaretae is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant, flat groundcover with silver and green variegated leaves. This dainty plant with lovely yellow flowers is ideal for planting between stepping-stones.