Albuca nelsonii is quite a majestic plant for a rockery, even when not in flower. The white and green flowers also last very long. It blendfs very well with grasses.
Watsonia angusta is a very hardy, evergreen, bulbous plant with strap-like leaves and spikes of orangey-red flowers in summer. It makes a good accent plant but is also beautiful for mass planting. It grows and flowers best when it has sufficient water and sun.
Eucomis comosa is a very hardy, deciduous, bulbous plant with a rosette of attractive, broad, strap-like leaves with a pinkish cast. Prefers a sunny spot.
Eucomis humulis is quite small size and that makes this pineapple lily an ideal plant for the smaller garden. The spotted leaves and densely packed flowers add to the charm.
Its natural habitat is grassland where it can make a mass display in summer. It prefers a well drained soil and sufficient water in the growing season.
Zantedeschia albomaculata is a deciduous Arum that bears arrow-shaped leaves. The white or pale yellow flowers mostly have a deep purple blotch at the inside base.
Boophone disticha is a very hardy, deciduous plant with a huge bulb above ground. The large red flower head appears in early spring before the leaves. It is very slow-growing.
Crinum campanulatum is a hardy, evergreen, bulbous plant that has magnificent, white or cerise lily-like flowers in spring. It grows in vlei areas but should be kept relatively dry in winter. Excellent for a pond or water garden.
Hesperantha coccinea is a very striking, water- loving, bulbous plant. It occurs naturally in saturated soils on stream banks growing in full sun. It does equally well in a normally irrigated garden in full sun or light shade.
This beautiful nerine is normally associated with dolomitic outcrops where it can grow in abundance. The inflorescence is exceptionally large.