Nerine angustifolia? I will send you a picture privately. Diana Telos . I have a miniature Nerine that flowers like a trooper! It is one of my most reliable bloomers in cultivation. I received it as Nerine gibsonii, but Graham Duncan said it wasn't gibsonii. It is only 5 - 6 inches tall, but blooms faithfully every summer, and is just now finishing up for this season. Flowers look like miniature bowdenii blooms, 25 - 30 mm across, compared to bowdenii with flowers 50 - 60 mm across. There are 4 or 5 florets per umbel. Leaves (2 or 3 per bulb, I think) of the miniature are thread-like, making it (I suppose) some sort of near relative of filifolia, filamentosa, and some of the others, but it flowers later than filifolia and filamentosa. It is self-fertile and seems to come true from seed. Peduncle and pedicels are sparsely covered with very short hairs. Anybody want to guess what my "NOT gibsonii" might be?