Amarines are the result of hybridisation between the Nerine and Amaryllis families. The petals are generally broader than those of most Nerines and the foliage wider. They require full sun and quite shallow planting. If you have a cold garden perhaps it might be better to pot them but there has been a sizeable display of them for some years against a wall at RHS Wisley which should provide some assurance as to their hardiness. They are late autumn flowering. Supplied as home grown bulbs, better and fresher this Spring.
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