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Nerine - Guernsey Lilies

Grown for their showy, long-lasting blooms, Nerine are summer-dormant, perennial bulbs with attractive umbels of funnel-shaped flowers in shades of pink, red and white. Borne atop leafless stems in late summer or early fall, they are hardy to frost tender. Some are great for the sunny border while others are perfect for containers. Their foliage is usually strap-shaped, appearing with or after the flowers.

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Nerine bowdenii 'Albivetta' (Guernsey Lily)

Putting on a spectacular display in the late season garden, Nerine bowdenii 'Albivetta' (Guernsey Lily) is a bulbous perennial bearing large umbels of 6 to 12 trumpet-shaped, faintly-scented, white flowers, adorned with wavy-edged petals and sometimes a soft pink glow. Blooming for up to 4-6 weeks in late summer or early fall, the charming blossoms rise atop tall, erect stalks, before the foliage of strap-shaped rich green leaves emerges.

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Nerine bowdenii (Guernsey Lily)

Putting on a spectacular display in the late season garden, award-winning Nerine bowdenii (Guernsey Lily) is a bulbous perennial forming clumps of strap-shaped rich green leaves. In late summer or early fall, tall, erect stalks push up from among the leaves, bearing large umbels of five to ten trumpet-shaped, faintly-scented, brilliant pink flowers, up to 3 in. across (8 cm), adorned with wavy-edged petals.

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Nerine sarniensis (Guernsey Lily)

Sparkling in the late season garden, Nerine sarniensis (Guernsey Lily) is a bulbous perennial bearing large umbels of trumpet-shaped, scarlet flowers, adorned with wavy-edged petals and elegantly protruding stamens. It is sometimes referred to as Jewel, or Diamond Lilies, because the petals are covered with an iridescent sheen that makes the flowers sparkle as if they have been sprinkled with gold or silver dust.

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