Sparaxis grandiflora subsp. fimbriata is one of four subspecies of this Western Cape geophyte. It is the most widespread of the subspecies, growing from Piketberg to Cape Town and is not threatened early in the twenty first century.
The leaves of this plant are sword-shaped or slightly sickle-shaped, with a prominent midrib and fine veining along the surfaces. The leaves are arranged in an erect fan-shape. This photo was taken near the Clanwilliam Dam (iSpot; www.plantzafrica.com).