Hypoxis hemerocallidea (Family: Hypoxidaceae)
It is a beautiful tuberous perennial, synonymous with the grasslands, where its yellow star-like flowers herald the arrival of spring and summer rains. The star flower is a very attractive, hardy garden plant. It is excellent for a rockery or as a border to flower beds, but is also suitable for container planting.
Encephalartos friderici-guilielmi (Family: Zamiaceae)
An attractive, stout stemmed species, the white-haired cycad may branch from the base, or alternatively produce just a single stem. Despite their woody appearance, like all cycads, the stems are mainly comprised of soft, pithy storage tissue protected by a hard layer of old leaf bases. As the stems grow in height, they tend to lean over to settle on the ground, with just the crown curving upwards.
Halleria lucida (Family: Scrophulariaceae)
An evergreen tree or large shrub, often multi-stemmed, with a spreading crown and attractive glossy bright green foliage on arching and drooping branches. The flowers are tubular, orange to brick-red, or yellow, very rich in nectar. In the more exposed situations it is generally a stocky or shrubby tree that reaches a height of 2-5 m but in well watered, protected situations it can reach up to 12 m, and in forests, it can grow up to 20 m in height.