This small member of the Hyacinthaceae family
might be called something else. I can not find it on IPNI or MoBot,
but it is mentioned other places. It is from South Africa, and seems
to do fine in grit with little water and some sun. The eight
centimetres long leaves will lay flat on the ground. The dark pink
flower will get 20 centimetres high.
Unfortunately, it seems
like it prefers to have the bulb buried.