Amarine

(Amarine)

This is a family resulting from crossing the Amaryllis with the Nerine, and which was originally produced for the cut flower trade. The bulbs produce large heads of pale-pink trumpet-shaped flowers before the leaves. They are only hardy to about -10c, and are best planted in a warm, sunny border, preferably under a south facing wall with their necks just above ground, and allowed to become quite congested when they will flower at their best.

(despatched between February 2017 and May 2017)

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