Paradisi Batavi Prodromus
sive Plantarum Exoticarum in Batavorum observatarum
Paul Hermann (1689)

Lilium Africanum Narcissinus foliis polyanthos elatius saturo colore purapurascens Hort. Lugd. Narcissus Indicus Liliaceus saturo colore purpurascens Fer. Flor. Cult.

Idem diluto colore purpurascens Hort. Lugd. Narcissus Indicus Liliaceus diluto colore purpurascens Ferrar. Fl. Cult.

Lilium Africanum humilis longissimis foliis polyanthos saturo colore purpurascens Hort. Lugd.

Idem diluto colore purpurascens Hort. Lugd.

Lilium Javanicum maximum umbellatum album radice tuberosa foliis repandis.

Idem foliis erectis & crassioribus.

Lilium Zeylanicum umbelliferum & bulbiferum floribus albis Hort. Lugd. Tolabo Zeylan.

Lilium Africanum sphaericum floribus phoeniceis majoribus bulbo rotundo Hort. Lugd.

Lilium Africanum sphaericum floribus minoribus obsolete puniceis, foliis guttatis ad margines cilii instar pilosis, Bulbus oblongus Æthiopicus foliis guttatis & cilii pilosis.

Lilium Americanum puniceo flore Bella Donna dictum.

Lilium Superbum vulgò v. Methonica Malabarorum


CybeRose note:

It is interesting to note that although Hermann lived at the Cape of Good Hope for a couple of years, he does not mention any personal examination of the plants listed which are native to that area. Perhaps there is more detail in Hort. Lugd. which I haven't seen yet. He distinguished Ferrari's "diluto" as a variety associated with "saturo", rather than merging them as a single type as Morison did.

June 25, 2012: Since writing the above, I found the Horti academici lugduno-batavi catalogus of 1687. In it, Hermann incorrectly identified Lilionarcissus rubeus Indicus Aldin. as a synonym for Ferrari's "saturo colore", as did Plukenet. In the current work, however, he does not identify Aldinus' plant with his Lilium Americanum etc.