Tulbaghia acutiloba will always be on my 'must have' list. My first encounter with it was late one afternoon when I couldn't figure out which one of my plants was emitting such a beautiful strong scent, almost like cinnamon. What a surprise when it turned out to be the insignificant flower of an onion family! It has a scent only after about 4 pm for a couple of hours. Another good one is Tulbaghia simmleri (used to be T. fragrans). Rhoda Napier, W. Cape Blooming now in the wild (Renosterbos) around Napier: Haemanthus coccineus, Nerine humilis, Gladiolus vaginatus, Tritoniopsis pulchra, Brunsvigia orientalis (just over) and an Oxalis sp.