In form it resembles an aloe with smooth leaves and produces colourful, tall spikes of fluffy yellow flowers.
This little vygie stays compact which makes it ideal as a groundcover that should not be rampant.
Cotyledon orbiculata is a versatile, evergreen plant that needs well-drained soil and looks great in containers, in pockets in a rock garden or planted en masse.
Crassula perfoliata is an attractive summer-flowering succulent with greyish-green sickle-shaped leaves and red flowers.
Crassula sarcocaulis grows in sun or semi shade and is beautiful planted amongst rocks or in a container. It makes a great, easy to grow, bonsai subject. Do not overwater since it will lose its bonsai character.
Crassula setulosa is a small, succulent herb that is quite often found in rock crevices where it forms cushions of rosettes. Its compact size makes it ideal for a small rockery.
Crassula swaziensis is a low-growing, perennial succulent that displays a rosette of leaves. Plant on a rockery where it will not be overgrown with other plants.
Crassula vaginata is an unbranched succulent with a flat-topped, yellow inflorescence that is very conspicuous amongst the grasses when in flower.
Euphorbia schinzii is a spiny,dwarf euphorbia with angular branches that is normally wedged between rocks and grows in the shade of grasses.
Euphorbia tiruchalli “firesticks” has cylindrical branchlets that is tinged orange, make it a worthwhile addition to any dry garden. It requires full sun to retain its beautiful warm colours.