|Flower Colors:||white, purple, green, patterned|
|Life form:||deciduous corm|
|Climate:||winter rain climate|
Ferraria ferrariola (Jacquin) Willdenow is found growing in deep sand on the western coast of South Africa. It has greenish-white, or pale greenish-yellow to greenish-blue flowers with the outer segments finely striped with short dark lines. Other distinguishing characteristics are a stem not covered with leaf sheaths and red or purple spotted basal leaf sheaths. It is sweetly scented. The first three photos were taken by Arnold Trachtenberg, the fourth by Doug Westfall in Southern California, the fifth by Susan Hayek for Diana Chapman, and the sixth by Audrey Cain. The final two photos are by John Willis.