Cyanella alba subsp. flavescens, in Afrikaans known as the toetoe-uintjie (tutu nutgrass), is a rare plant common only in the Biedouw Valley.
The usually solitary flower stands about 20 cm tall above a tuft of thin green leaves. The concave tepals spread, the inner three yellow, the outer ones nearly white, all vein-lined.
Five curved stamens held together like fingers with an opposing, thumb-like, bigger sixth one that is dull coloured in picture, positioned way down. The long, fleshy style curves up in picture. the other way than the grouped anthers. It is tipped by a small, knobbly stigma, coloured pale yellow (Manning and Goldblatt, 1997; iNaturalist; http://redlist.sanbi.org).