This white specimen of Lapeirousia jacquinii was photographed at the Clanwilliam Dam in August. The literature does not suggest this flower colour to be common, or even exists, so there may be another species name or hybridisation in the offing.
L. jacquinii has grey-green, ribbed, sword-shaped leaves and a trumpet-shaped flower tube of up to 4 cm in length. The flowers are spirally arranged on two-keeled bracts in a short spike from a branched stem. The plant grows in sandy soil of the south-western Cape (Manning, 2007; iSpot; Bond and Goldblatt, 1984).