African club moss
A small, fern groundcover with long, fine roots and creeping, slender, irregularly 'stems'.
Grows rapidly to cover large areas of ground with a thick mat of hairy, silvery-grey patched leaves.
A dense scrambler with small pinkish-white flowers (October to March), red berries, long prickly stems, and sharp spiny scales.
A low growing, ground cover. Has leaves with scalloped edges that are leathery to the touch.
Originally from south-east Brazil and Argentina, it will grow almost anywhere, making it very invasive.