Family name; amaryllidaceae
Flower color; orange
Flowering time; September, October, November.
The orange flowers, resembling a brush, are enclosed in a large, cup-shaped, olive green calyx . When the flowers start to fade, bright, fat, red berries appear that will last for up to 3 months.
A walk along the shaded paths in the Indigenous Garden will lead you to these colorful spring flowers.
This species attracts butterflies and honey bees, and it is, therefore, thought that it is pollinated by them.