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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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.
NOBLE NERINES WHENEVER I am asked what my favourite plant or flower is, I always struggle.
Nerines need plenty of heat in early summer while they are dormant.
It has scintillating shocking pink flowers and, as its name suggests, is head and shoulders above your average nerine in height.
Nerines, often known as Guernsey lilies, are sought after by florists, for bridalwork.
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.
Despite its appearance, Nerine bowdenii is fairly tough and capable of withstanding freezing temperatures.
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.
2 Looking forward, you need to plant autumnflowering bulbs now, so if you want nerine, autumn crocus, and amaryllis, now's the time to get them into the soil.
She was one of the few who could do it and do it well,'' said co-worker Nerine Hein.
The variety we supply Nerine Bowdenii has silvery pink blooms in late summer.
Some top autumn flowerers are Crinum macowanii, Scilla scilloides, Cyclamen hederifolium, Amaryllis belladonna, Leucojum autumnalei, Colchicum and Nerine.