Dear All, It looks like I lost track of a couple of things that I sent Dell so didn't describe them. Ixia frederickii is a really pretty orange Ixia with a dark center that Graham Duncan told me was one he thought I could plant in the ground in Northern California and it would come back. The hybrids have been weedy for me, but some of the species have disappeared once I planted them out and left them, but it looks like this one may be different. Lachenalia contaminata--grass-like leaves, white flowers. This one I saw many years ago on African hill at UC Berkeley looking really stunning (back in my days before I was a fanatic). It definitely pushed me in the direction of wanting to grow Lachenalias. Lachenalia juncifolia-- this one has two long narrow green channeled leaves with maroon markings on the base making it very different from other Lachenalias I grow.