Small cotyledon like succulent growing hidden underneath taller shrubs on the dunes. Leaves are velvety soft, grey, hairy and elongated differing from nearby cotyledons which were smooth leaved and rounder. Leaves also appeared to be positioned in an almost square like formal pattern, opposite and directly on top of each other.
An erect succulent growing in grassveld. The leaves are mostly rounded and lobed at the top. The flowers are a mix of orange, red and pale yellow and appear in a flat-topped inflorescence on a tall stalk. Tubular shaped corolla with four petals. Quite a delicate succulent and flowering now in April. Find them in clumps in semi shaded spots and under trees.
An erect succulent, growing on gravelly areas. The leaves are fleshy and arranged at the base and some of the leaves are tinged pinky red. Very small creamy white flowers sit in an unbranched erect inflorescence. Took a long time from point where the succulent emerged to flowering. The plants become noticeable around November.
Flowerhead in a branched inflorescence. Flowers yellow with 4 petals and a long tube to each flower. A solitary strong stem with flowerhead cluster at the end. Lots of buds and starting to flower in March. The leaves are a dull green faintly edged red on some and succulent like. Solitary plant growing on open ground just off a drainage line in grasslands. Only specimen found in grassland area to date.