Aloe greatheadii (A.dayvana) (Aloe Davyana)
Leaf sap used to heal burns, beautiful mass planted.
Aloe mudenensis (Mudens Aloe)
Occurs in Northern Natal.
Aloe striata (Coral Aloe)
Distinctive coral coloured stripe down the edges of the leaves.
Aloe variegata (Kanniedood)
Used medicinally for curing sores on fingers. According to old superstitions, if someone transplanted one of these aloes and it dies, that person will die too. Porcupines dig them out of the ground in great numbers.
Aloe verecunda (Modest Aloe)
Highveld specie occurring in grasslands.
Medicinal uses, roots used as yellow dye to colour baskets.
Ammocharis coranica (Seeroogblom)
Excellent for dry spots and rockeries.
Aponogeton distachyos (Waterblommetjie)
Flowers cooked in stews, juice from the leaf for burns and sunburn.
Aptenia cordifolia (Brakvygie)
Medicinal, vigorous, fast-spreading, prevents soil erosion.
Arctotheca calendula (Cape Weed)
Yellow daisies all year, hardy groundcover, prevents soil erosion, lawn substitute.