A cross between Nerine and Amaryllis. Produces up to 10 slender lily-like flowers per stem. Plant in a sheltered well drained position or in large patio pots. Plant bulbs shallowly with their necks just above the surface of the soil 10-15cm apart. Once planted avoid disturbing the roots and only lift and divide when clumps become crowded. Frost hardy.
Amarine ‘Anastasia’ is perfect for bringing a welcome pop of colour to the garden in autumn. Rich rose-pink flowers are produced in clusters at the top of long, slender stems.
Elegant and alluring Amarines are a cross between Nerines and Amaryllis and are suitable for sunny borders and containers.
The flowers look a little like lilies, with long stamens and delicate recurved petals. They make exceptional cut flowers. Dotted along the centre of a table in slim vases, Amarines create a spectacular, simple tablescape.
For an eye-catching display of late-season colour, Amarines are a brilliant planting choice and make stunning, unusual cut flowers.
A cross between Nerines and Amaryllis, show-stoppering Amarines have been bred for their hardiness, size and floral bounty. ‘Aphrodite’ is a beautiful soft rose-pink variety with darker streaks along its elegant curving petals. Long stamens at the centre of each flower give an enchanting, exotic look to the elegant blooms.
Flowering throughout September, Amarines look wonderful at the front of sunny garden borders where they can show off their clusters of showy pink flowers.
Loose clusters of exquisite, shell-pink flowers bloom atop tall, slim stems on Amarine ‘Emanuelle’ during September, above a bed of strap-like foliage.
A smart cross between a Nerine and an Amaryllis, this elegant beauty is surprisingly tough - returning year after year in the garden. The bulbs will multiply in a sunny spot, providing your soil is fertile and well-drained.
A fine flower for cutting, the spidery, lily-like blushing blooms bring a touch of graceful luxury to autumn arrangements and bouquets.
Plant the bulbs of Amarine ‘Tomoko’ in a spot where the autumn sunshine will illuminate its vivid pink blooms.
During September, slim dark stems bearing pointed buds rise up from a bed of grassy foliage, dramatically bursting into posies of hot-pink, lily-like flowers. Dancing in the breeze above shorter plants, they provide valuable colour and dramatic elegance in the autumn garden.
Amarines are a cross between Nerines and Amaryllis and have inherited the best qualities from both plants; they also make fabulous, long-stemmed cut flowers.
A stunning, tonal mix of Amarines, designed to enliven autumn gardens and boost potted displays with an injection of pretty colour.
Tall, slender stems produce sprays of refined lily-like flowers in a palette of pinks, from soft blush to bright magenta. Fabulous for cutting, the fine, star-shaped flowers bring a whimsical look to seasonal arrangements.
Thanks to clever cross-breeding, Amarines have been developed by pairing much-loved Nerines and dramatic Amaryllis and have acquired the best attributes from both parents – floral abundance, height and great hardiness.