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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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You can send a cheque made payable to MGN DM32663 to Nerine Bowdenii Offer (DM32663), PO Box 64, South West District Office, Manchester, M16 9HY or visit mirrorrgardenoffers.
Nerines look great against dark, evergreen backdrops, in front of a wall of smoky purple Vitis Purpurea or against a border of blue perennials such as Salvia patens.
Nerine bowendii is the hardiest of the species and is a beautiful autumn flowering bulb, which will lift all beds and borders at this time of year.
WHILE many gardeners will now be planting their spring-flowering bulbs, others will be sitting back to enjoy the nerine, right, a perennial bulb whose stout stems bear umbrella-like clusters of flowers from early to mid-autumn.
It has scintillating shocking pink flowers and, as its name suggests, is head and shoulders above your average nerine in height.
Nerine bowdenii is most common with bright rose pink flowers, Stefanie has white flowers, tinged pink, and N.
PLANT OF THE WEEK - Nerine IF you planted the bulbs of Nerine bowdenii in well-drained soil in spring, you should now be reaping the rewards with a riot of fresh pink flowers.
This morning it was a splendid show of nerines planted in a small bed of their own.
Nice nerines WALKING back to the car in Barnstaple today I glimpsed through to a small courtyard garden that is in the centre of some sheltered housing.
plAnt | autumn-flowering bulbs such as amaryllis, nerines, colchicums and autumn crocuses.
NERINE BOWDENII: Nerines are some of the most showstopping flowers we can grow to grace the autumn garden, wearing fluorescent pinks and incandescent corals in showy silks and sexy satins.
Underneath the staging are dahlias, eucomis and nerines.