• Tetragonia decumbens

    Posted on Sprawling perennial with branches to 1 m and glistening leaves that are warty or hairy. Bears yellow flowers 3-4 mm diameter, in branched, axillary clusters shorter than the leaves. The fruits have stiff wings. Found at the Creek at the... Read more »
  • Spergula arvensis

    Posted on Not listed in NEMBA legislation, however it is  troublesome and can  smother other natural vegetation. A cosmopolitan weed introduced to southern Africa. Read more »
  • Spartina maritima

    Posted on Not listed in NEMBA legislation, however it is  troublesome and can  smother other natural vegetation. A robust grass with erect shoots. The flower panicles stand stiffly erect above the leaves which are broad, smooth and firm. The plants are very... Read more »
  • Sarcocornia perennis

    Posted on Sprawling, jointed, fleshy perennial forming mats. Leaves not apparent, but are fleshy and united around the stem, giving the latter a fleshy appearance – segments barrel-shaped, green turning to various shades of red/brown. Flowers minute, three to five in clusters. Read more »
  • Sarcocornia natalensis

    Posted on Sprawling, jointed, fleshy perennial forming mats. Leaves not apparent, but are fleshy and united around the stem, giving the latter a fleshy appearance – segments barrel-shaped, green turning to various shades of red/brown. Flowers minute, three to five in clusters. Read more »
  • Samolous porosus

    Posted on A herb up to 45 cm tall with slender branched stems and narrow leaves which are larger at the base of the plant. Small 5-petalled flowers are borne towards the end of the stems. Read more »
  • Salicornia meyeriana

    Posted on This is an annual with a very short tap-root. It is a succulent which forms low bushes with slender woody branches and fleshy, green (turning red) leaves. Inconspicuous flowers, arranged in threes, are located at nodes of stems. Read more »
  • Poecilolepis ficoidea

    Posted on Small creeping succulent herb with erect stems which root at the nodes. The leaves are fleshy, narrow and long (4 to 5 cm) and the flowers are tiny (1,5 cm). Read more »