Ranunculus multifidus is an excellent groundcover for a damp spot. It is very floriferous and is virtually disease free. It grows very fast and can provide cover quite quickly.
Ruellia cordata stays compact and this groundcover looks very attractive on a rockery, interplanted with small grasses. It will tolerate some shade. Flowering season is quite long.
Ruellia patula is a perennial groundcover that produces annual, spreading shoots, from a woody rootstock. It is not an aggressive grower and makes a beautiful display as a groundcover. It prefers semi-shade.
Senecio reptans, a neat, little plant is the ideal groundcover for a wet spot that must be stabilised. It seeds freely.
Stachys aethiopica is a hardy, spreading groundcover with beautiful pale green, almost quilted, leaves. It bears spikes of small, tubular flowers almost all year round that attract a myriad of tiny insects.
Sutera cordata is a hardy, evergreen, flat, creeping groundcover with attractive, round, bright little leaves and masses of small, starry white flowers all year round.
Thunbergia neglecta usually occurs in in Grasslands or Savannah. It sprouts annually from a woody rootstock. The large yellow flowers are very conspicuous.
Trichodesma angustifolium has pale blue flowers, turning pink with age, that cover the blue bells in springtime, especially after a fire.
Walafrida (Selago) densiflorus is a dainty perennial with spreading branches and needle-like leaves that makes an ideal groundcover. It can handle very adverse conditions and has a very long flowering season.