Guernsey Lily (nerine Sarniense)
1497 And 15 It Was Cultivated Afterwards In Spain In Valentia
Lobbianum (various Colours)
An elegant class of plants. The stove and greenhousevarieties are generally succulent, and require but little water, while
the hardy kinds need plenty of moisture. Any rich, light soil suits
them, but for the tender, succulent plants it should be mixed with
brick rubbish. Best grown from seed, though the roots may be divided.
Height, 2 ft.
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