Another cross genera bulb cross - Amarcrinum howardii
While on the subject of crosses between different genera of South African bulbs, we have an Amarylis / Crinum cross in bloom which has produced the most elegant soft pink scented trumpets.
X Amarcrinum memoria-corsii 'Howardii' to give it is full title is a cross between Amarylis belladona and Crinum moorei and I think it is actually an improvement on both parents. Amarylis belladonna can be very tricky to encourage into flower and Crinums tend to produce overly large and floppy leaves which inevitably seem to have be chewed to pieces by snails by the time the plant actually gets round to flowering. This cross seems much tidier in habit and so far reasonably enthusiastic about blooming! Given a sunny spot, good drainage and a little bit of shelter it should easily earn its spot in the garden.