Massonia is a genus of six species of bulbs from South Africa which are related to Hyacinth and have in common with them a delightful honey perfume. They are winter flowering bulbs and are usually dormant over summer. I took this photo back in May while visiting a friend who has a huge collection of plants in pots. I misspelled the name and it has taken to now to find out what it is. Massonia is named after Francis Masson (1741-1805) a Scottish botanist who became a plant collector for Kew Gardens under the curatorship of Sir Joseph Banks.