Oziroe is a South American genus in the Hyacinthaceae family (expanded Asparagaceae family). Most of the species were formerly in the genus Fortunatia which has been sunk into this genus. Only one of the species, Oziroe biflora seems to be cultivated very much. Flowers are borne in a raceme.
Oziroe biflora (Ruiz & Pav.) Speta, syn. Fortunatia biflora, occurs from central Chile to southern Peru. Photos taken by Eugene Zielinski spring 2011 in Chile along Route 5 between La Serena and Huasco. Jane McGary who has grown this from seed supplied under a previous name of Camassia biflora described it as a BIO (Botanical Interest Only).