Barberetta is a genus in the Haemodoraceae family with only one species native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa. It was named after Mary Barber who along with her brother was the first to collect this plant in KwaZulu-Natal.
Barberetta aurea Harv. is a tuberous species that grows in colonies, in forests on wet rocky forest floor, up to 1600 m and flowers November-March. It has long leaves broader at the middle and tapering gradually at both ends and yellow flowers with an orange spot at the base of the upper tepals and grows to 30 cm. The first four photos taken by Cameron McMaster at Satansnek Pass. The last photo taken by Mary Sue Ittner at the same place.