Guernsey Lily (nerine Sarniense)
In The Year 1610 And In Jamaica In 16 Its Culture Has Since
Very ornamental and easily-grown hardyperennials. Sow seed in March in sandy soil, under glass, and
transplant when strong enough. Common garden soil suits them. The
roots may be divided in spring or autumn. The flowers are produced
from May to July. Height, 2 ft.
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