Thank you, Alberto. I don’t know why I didn’t consider Ixia pumilio – possibly because I got caught up with I. pumila, possibly because it’s not in our wiki. It’s hard to distinguish between Ixia and Tritonia, especially with a coral colored flower like this. I’ve got only a couple of either genus, and not enough experience with them. However, as the flowers were perfectly actinomorphic, I take it to be an Ixia, possibly I. pumilio. And it is charming – I love the veining on the tepals. Unfortunately, none of my books spends more than a sentence or two on the species, and no pictures. I found one – only one on the internet. It doesn’t key out in the Manning-Goldblatt-Snijman book, but then perhaps my plant is either a cultivar or a hybrid. Thank you again, David E.