Known as the 'common fireball' this lovely plant flowers in October through to December. We are lucky enough to have this specimen in our garden.
Although widely spread throughout Africa it is usually only encountered in the wild.
It can be seen on the outcrops above the Victoria Falls.
We planted this specimen last year and it appears to like its spot on the rockery.
This one appears to have a good inflorescence - some plants only have about ten flowers in each clump.
The name is derived from Greek and means 'sharp umbel'.