Sebaea exacoides, commonly known as yellowwort or naeltjiesblom in Afrikaans, is an annual herb. It has oval, opposite leaves and branched stems that reach 30 cm. The flowers are five-petalled, yellow or cream coloured with two short, parallel orange lines at the throat. The stamens do not protrude from the flower tube. Flowering time is late winter and spring. The distribution area is in the Western Cape from the Bokkeveld southwards, where the plants occur on slopes and sandy flats, often in burnt veld (Bean and Johns, 2005; Manning, 2009).
This specimen was photographed on a slope near Greyton in September.