Bulbine frutescens (Stalked Bulbine) - A succulent groundcover from the southern coast of South Africa up to Mozambique. It has fleshy light gray-green leaves that are 8 to 12 inches long arranged in opposite rows to form an open rosettes to 18 inches tall and spreads by rhizomes to create wide-spreading clumps. Yellow flowers are 6-petaled and star-like with frilly yellow stamens on long stalks rise above the foliage in the spring through the summer. Plant in full sun to light shade with little water. Hardy to about 20-25 degrees F. This plant has a bloom period that extends into the summer along the coast but has somewhat of a summer dormant period in hot interior gardens then reblooms in the fall into winter. Plants look tidier and may rebloom better if old flower stalks are removed after bloom.