Carpobrotus rossii, commonly known as karkalla or pig face, is a succulent coastal groundcover plant native to southern Australia. Karkalla leaves are succulent, cm long and 1 cm wide, and curved or rarely straight
(Thomasia pygmaea) Small perennial spreading shrub 1’ H x 1.5’ W. Heart-shaped leaves. Showy unusual flowers pink to purple 'Chinese lantern' shape & covered in deep red dots, also on leaves & stems. Not readily available. Needs dry summers - not humid. Well drained soils. Full sun or semi-shade. Good for containers. Native to Australia.