This charming South African native is closely related to Massonia. Daubenya aurea used to be the only species in the genus, but more recently others have been added to give a total now of eight different ones. I only have the one, and I have the yellow flowered one, for, in spite of the name, the more common one is red. All species are characterized by having a pair of almost prostrate leaves, the flower emerging from the center. The form is very unusual. I have found them easy to grow and flower, and a pot with three or more gives a lovely display.