Parent: Ixia polystachya
Ixia with linear leaves; flower-stem with many spikes of flowers; segments of the blossom a little bent backwards, and flesh-coloured. (Bot. Repos.)
Published in Bot. Repos. 2: 128 in 1801.
This fine variety of the Many-spiked Ixia was introduced to our collections from the Cape of Good Hope, about the year 1795, with the Reflex-flowered Ixia and many others, in bulbs, communicated by J. Pringle, Esq. to Messrs Lee .and Kennedy, Hammersmith...
Synonym of Ixia scillaris L.