Potentilla has dainty bright green foliage. It is a creeper that grows 2-6 inches high with small yellow flowers. It blooms in spring to late fall.
Sedum Confusum has fleshy, light green leaves. It has dense cluster of yellow flowers in spring.
Gazania Trailing Yellow grows about as tall as the clumping variety, but it spreads faster than semi-trailing variety. The foliage is clean silvery gray and the flowers are a beautiful shade of yellow.
Honeysuckle is an extremely fast growing variety. It is an evergreen. It is partly or wholly deciduous in coldest regions. The flowers are pure white changing to yellow.
Dymondia is groundcover that is native to South Africa. It grows in tight mats, 2 to 3 inches deep; it spreads slowly by offsets. It has narrow (1/8 in.) leaves that are 2 to 3 inches long, they are deep grayish green on top and they are rolled at the edges to show cottony white undersides. Summer flowers are yellow, 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide daisies, half buried in foliage.
Moneywort Yellow is an evergreen creeping plant runner that roots at the joints. It grows up to 2 feet. It forms a pretty light green mat of roundish leaves. Flowers are about 1 inch wide, yellow, and they form singly in leaf joints. They bloom in summer.