Polyxena longituba (Komsberg Pass)

The common species in UK collections because it was sent over by Harry Hall in the late '60s. It is grown under a number of names because no botanist realised that it was a new species until 2000. The above name was then published after "rediscovery" of the species in the wild. Each bulb has 2 or 3 narrow canaliculate leaves and the flowers have a much longer tube (ca. 20mm) than the somewhat similar P. corymbosa (ca. 5mm)