|Berglelie Ribbon-leaved nerine
Kruger National Park
Nerine angustifolia, a bulb which is native to Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Swaziland, northeastern Free State, western Lesotho, and the Eastern Cape provinces in South Africa. It is found in acidic grassland marshes in the open, both in the flatlands and in the mountains. It is up to 50 cm, the pink flowers appearing with the leaves; the latter are narrow, 25 cm long, and grooved on the upper surface.
Vincent Carruthers (ed.) - The Wildlife of Southern Africa. Struik Publ. ISBN 1-86872-451-4
Rachel and Rod Saunders - Nerines in South Africa: a primer