Guernsey lily

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Guernsey lily

n
(Plants) See nerine
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The Guernsey lily is Nerine sarniensis. It is not fully hardy in this country and has to be grown under glass.
In October and November, a welcome burst of colour is provided by Nerine sarniensis, related to amaryllis and sometimes referred to as jewel or diamond lilies because their petals reflect light.
In October and November, a welcome burst of colour is provided by Nerine sarniensis, sometimes referred to as jewel, or diamond, lilies because their petals reflect light, which is needed in the dullest months.
In October and November, a welcome burst of colour is provided by Nerine sarniensis, related to amaryllis and sometimes referred to as jewel, or diamond, lilies because their petals reflect light, which is needed in the dullest months.