Guernsey Lily (nerine Sarniense)
In The Year 1610 And In Jamaica In 16 Its Culture Has Since
This makes a pretty rock-plant. It is a perennialand quite hardy, but requires plenty of sun. During April and May it
produces large flowers varying in colour from satiny rose to white.
The most suitable soil is a light loam mixed with brick rubbish. It
is increased by division of the root, or it may be raised from seed.
Height, 3 in.
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