Falkia oblonga is a dwarf, mat-forming perennial that hardly exceeds 60mm in height. The flowers are quite large and it can form large patches in the wild.
Falkia repens is a hardy, evergreen, mat-forming, perennial groundcover with lovely rounded leaves and large, white to pinkish paper-like flowers. Wonderful to plant between stepping-stones and useful as filler or edging plant.
Felicia amelloides is a groundcover or shrublet with bright green foliage and masses of daisy-like flowers almost all year round. Plant in the sun.
Haplocarpha nervosa is a pretty groundcover that is very frost hardy, enjoys a damp spot in the garden and can form extensive mats if happy. Flowering season is from September to April and the long season that adds to the charm.
Helichrysum cymosum is a hardy scrambling, small shrub has grey wooly leaves with densely wooly undersides. It is a lovely foliage plant to add silver and texture to mixed plantings.
Helicrysum petiolare is a soft, vigorous low-growing shrub. The foliage is aromatic and silvery-grey.Tiny creamy-white flowers make up abundant flowerheads in mid-summer
Hermannia auricoma has nodding, yellow flowers can reach a height of 10cm. The leaves of this perennial are prostrate and quite often maroon in colour.
Hermannia depressa is a dwarf herb with spreading stems and leaves that are flat on the ground. The nodding flowers are borne on fairly short stalks. Flower colour is very variable. It sprouts annually from a woody rootstock.
Ipomea bolusiana has creeping stems with hairless leaves that sprout annually from an thick, tuberous rootstock. Plant in a well-drained soil and keep dry in winter. It also makes a nice pot plant.