Originally from South Africa, this recently discovered plectranthus has fleshy leaves that are, when crushed, distinctly aromatic. The leaves are very deeply lobed. Although the flowers are quite small, the leave form and compact nature of the plant makes it a good subject for a rockery. It is also one of the few spurflowers that can be grown in full sun and is very drought tolerant. Photo courtesy of Wildflower Nursery (S. Africa).