This hardy bulb of the Amaryllis family produces beautiful 10-12 cm spidery edged semi-trumpet blooms on 90-110cm stems. They are delightfully scented and an excellent cutflower. Like most South Africa bulbs they like dry winter conditions and are best planted in a free draining position.
Plant with the neck and shoulders protruding from the surface of the soil. Remove all spent foliage each Autumn ready for new Spring growth.