£6.95 – £19.35
Nerine ‘Sarniensis’ Frost hardy. Perennial. Well-drained soil, a sheltered, full sun are necessary. Flower-head consist of a cluster of beautiful orange red funnel-shaped blooms on top of a leafless stem. Autumn flowering.
Native habitat: South Africa.Top Size bulbs, 12up
September – November
15 bulbs, 5 bulbs
Plant: April. 1 cm of soil on top of the bulb. Spacing 15 cm. Flowers September to November. Height 45-60cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Needs full sun with sandy soil, preferably near a south facing wall. The soil must be free draining, if the bulbs sit in water for any length of time they will rot. Plant the bulbs with the tip level with the top of the soil and water in. For the first year only protect from frost by covering with a winter mulch.
Propagation: Divide over crowded clumps in the spring and replant.