Narine Lily : The gardner’s first choice
The Nerine is an elegant and dainty flower with long stems and slender, curled petals.
Pink is the predominant color for these flowers, but they can also be found in white or orange. The blossoms are often used in oriental-style arrangements and will last up to two weeks in a vase.
While brilliant even on dull days, it positively sparkles when touched by a shaft of sunlight.
Nerines are considered to be some of the finest fall-flowering bulbs, reliably brightening up an autumn garden with their soft pastel colors.
Nerine lilies can offer something different in the garden with their unique blooms towards the end of the season. The Nerine Lily is suitable for growing in containers.
Nerines make great cut flowers too, as they retain freshness for a considerable amount of time. Additionally, Nerines look great against dark or evergreen backdrops.
The Nerine Bowdenii Lily will reward the gardener with delightful fragrant blossoms of different colors.
The bulbs of Nerines multiply quickly and can be transplanted at any time of the year provided they are not in bloom. However, Nerines do not appreciate being disturbed and, as a result, will not bloom as free
This plant prefers to be overcrowded and will actually bloom more profusely under these conditions.
**Recommended planters for Narine Lily bulbs**