Albuca concordiana (syn. Ornithogalum concordianum) is a small geophytic perennial plant that reaches 20 cm in height when in flower, and slowly offseting to form clumps. It is distinguished by corkscrew-coiled leaves.
The epithet concordiana refers to Concordia, South Africa, where the type specimen was collected. When dormancy of the plant begins, the inflorescence appears and soon bursts open with fragrant flowers with bright yellow petals with a broad green midrib coming from the side of the flower stalk. The plant flowers August through September (late winter to early spring). The flowers are fragrant and face outwards from the stalk and usually don’t nod. Perianth 12 mm long, segments oblong-spathulate white to brownish (mostly yellow), with a broad green keel along the outside of the tepals. Stamens all fertile. Style subulate 6-8 mm long.