Ledebouria cooperii is quite often found in moist places in the Grasslands, but do equally well in drier areas. The inflorescence is a dense raceme of small, pink, star-shaped flowers. Interplant it with smaller grasses for a nice display early in the season.
Zantedeschia valida is a deciduous, robust plant, up to 0.75 m tall that has broad leaves. The spathe of the flower is dark purple at the base within. This must rate as one of the most beautiful arum species.
Although quite small, the white flowers are a welcome site on a rockery, especially if interplanted with small grasses.
Haemanthus humilus is normally found growing in rock fissures in the Grasslands at high altitudes. When in flower it is quite spectacular. Plant in semi-shade.
The Mapoch lily is a deciduous plant, up to 0.6 m tall. Beautiful, lemon-yellow flowers are borne in November. Plant in a sandy soil in full sun.
Drimia elata has overlapping, reddish dense scales that make this bulb unusual. The overlapping, reddish dense scales of this bulb make it unusual. So is the flower with a very prominent spur and a silvery appearance. A good garden subject.
Watsonia lepida is a lovely pink Watsonia that occurs naturally amongst grasses and that is the way it should be utilised in the built environment.
Crinum macowanii is a hardy, deciduous, large bulbous plant with huge trumpet-like flowers, with a crimson line on the petals. It does very well in semi-shade.
Eucomis zambesiaca is an unusual, dwarf pineapple-lily that is ideally suited as an edging for beds in semi-shade or as a pot plant. The neat, sturdy little flower spike is neatly-packed with white flowers.
Nerine filifolia is a floriferous summer-growing plant that produces delicate, bright pink flowers which bring a magnificent colourful display to your garden towards the end of the warm summer when not much else is flowering.