Nerine


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Nerine

a plant genus in the family Liliaceae which causes poisoning when eaten by cattle. The toxic agent is lycorine, which causes salivation, vomiting and diarrhea. Called also nerine.
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NERINES, often referred to as Guernsey Lily, are a robust perennial with bright strap-shaped leaves up to 30cms long.
Then add the hyacinths, callas, and nerine, in that order.
Nerines like sun and shelter, so are ideally placed against a sunny wall.
This week's online offer is for a pack of 10 Nerine bowdenii for pounds 4.
In October and November, a welcome burst of colour is provided by Nerine sarniensis, sometimes referred to as jewel, or diamond, lilies because their petals reflect light, which is needed in the dullest months.
Easy bulbs like freesia, ixia, watsonia or nerine are developed in Mediterranean climates and will come back year after year and require almost no care.
Shatner's alcoholic third wife Nerine Kidd died in their swimming pool in 1999.
THE Nerine Nursery at Brookend House, Welland, Worcestershire, is opening in aid of The National Gardens Scheme next Sunday from 2pm to 5pm.
Shatner, better known as the Enterprise's Captain Kirk, used to come to this very spot on the Big Island to relax and share time with his wife, Nerine.
ELEGANT Nerine bowdenii provides a blaze of bright pink among the classic red, yellow and brown of autumn.
BEST OF THE BUNCH Nerine WHILE many gardeners will now be contemplating which spring-flowering bulbs to plant up this autumn, others will be sitting back to enjoy their summer bulb choices - and the nerine is one of the best lateflowering beauties.
In October and November, a welcome burst of colour is provided by Nerine sarniensis, related to amaryllis and sometimes referred to as jewel, or diamond, lilies because their petals reflect light, which is needed in the dullest months.