The sweetly scented flowers of Babiana bainsei are borne almost at ground level and together with the pleated leaves make for an unusual display.
Crinum buphanoides has fan-shaped leaves like the true Boophane, hence the name. It prefers a sandy spot in full sun. The flowers are almost spider-like. It is an attractive addition to any garden but needs room to look at it best.
Crinum lugardiae is a hardy, deciduous bulb with grey-green, long, narrow leaves and beautiful pink flowers. plant in full sun.
The leaves of Eriospermum cooperii lies flat on the ground and the flower can easily reach 50-80cm. It is followed by a single leaf that sprouts from a tuber. Keep dry in winter.
Eucomis montana has broad leaves that grow in a basal rosette and has wavy margins. They are usually purple spotted on their lower surfaces. The flowers are very showy. Plant in semi-shade in a fertile soil.
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.
Gladiolus elliotii usually grows singly amongst the grasses and form a nice contrast with them. Interplant with grasses for the most natural look. Keep dry in winter.
Gladiolus permeabilis is quite a dainty little Gladiolus that blends well with grasses. Keep dry in winter.
Gladiolus pretoriensis is a very dainty Gladiolus that can only be spotted amongst the grasses when it is in flower. Plant it amongst grasses but it would also look nice planted as a group. It can also be planted in a pot.