× Amarine tubergenii 'Belladiva Sereies'

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Buy × Amarine tubergenii 'Belladiva Sereies' nerine bulb: Large flowers to add a shot of late colour

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained
  • Rate of growth: average to fast
  • Flowering period: September to November
  • Hardiness: frost hardy
  • Bulb size: 16+

    A cross between a nerine and an amaryllis, this plant benefits from the best features of both its parents. Orignally bred for the cut flower market, it can produce up to 10 slender-petalled, lily-like flowers on each upright stem, making it an impressive addition to autumn garden.

  • Garden care:Plant shallowly with their neck just above the surface of the soil at 10 - 15cm intervals from April onwards. They are happiest in a dense clump, so once planted avoid disturbing the roots and only lift and divide them when they have outgrown their allotted space.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs
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Eventual height & spread

would like this to become established in my garden

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Have planted in raised border, too soon to tell if it will get established. Good service & delivery from Crocus

Margie

Hertfordshire

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Did not flower first year

5

Put the bulbs in pots as I have difficulty growing nerines in the garden. They have produced leaf but have not flowered. Perhaps we do not get enough sun for them up here but I shall see what happens next year.

May

Aberdeenshire

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No I would not buy it again

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I planted them as per instructions as did some friends that I bought them for nd all we got was a lot of leaves and no flowers

Brenda

Surrey

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