Nerine masoniorum is a hardy little bulb that forms dense colonies, usually no more than 15cm tall. The silvery, grass-like leaves are speckled green. Easy-going and undemanding, best in partial shade but will tolerate sun. The little pink and white flowers on short stems appear in late summer and last for about 3 weeks.
Nerine masoniorum is ideally grown as a container subject, but is also useful in the rock garden or as an edging plant along a path.
It is a highly threatened plant due to habitat destruction.