Breathtakingly pretty clusters of exotic, vivid pink flowers will brighten up your garden late in Autumn, just as your summer flowers are starting to fade and all else seems to be on it's last legs.! As the days shorten and skies get duller, Nerine bowdenii's firework-like flower clusters will provide stunning colour right through until Winter, and make pretty posies if cut for the vase as well.
Perfect for growing in a drift in flower beds and borders, you could also grow them in big patio pots, say 25-30cm diameter with 5 bulbs in. They are completely hardy and will easily withstand UK winters. Plant them about 5cm (2) deep, and around 10cm (4) apart. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit for its all-round performance in UK gardens.
Nerines really are outstanding Autumn 'good doers', and every garden should have some for one last swansong of flower colour before the frosts.
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