Nerine rehmannii is a summer growing species occurring in the grasslands of Gauteng and Mpumalanga, where it grows on rocky outcrops. (It has also been observed in a marshy area near Badplaas in Mpumalanga). It is a dwarf species with 1-2 filiform leaves (up to 9 cm long) and white flowers with wavy and recurved tepals and violet anthers.The flowers are rapidly followed by decorative red berries, which are present with the flowers, all in all this is a gem. It is dormant from mid-autumn until early summer in its natural habitat, but can be evergreen in cultivation.
One can easily miss the dainty Nerine rehmannii where it grows amongst grasses. Due to its size, it should rather be planted in a pot or on a small rockery where it does not compete with other plants..