This member of the
Hyacinthaceae family was described by John Gilbert Baker in 1875. It is found in
Southern Africa, growing in wintertime in a well drained soil with
little to some water and some sun. The bulb can grow up to eight
centimetres in diameter, the leaves to 15 centimetres long. The
flowers are green and white to pale purple. The plant can be
reproduced both by seeds and scales.
This is a winter