These easily grown “Diamond Lilies” are a magnificent show in mid Autumn and a great cut flower. They prefer a sunny, well drained position. Under the eaves of the house is ideal. Established clumps can be left undisturbed for years. Nerines need a light well drained soil of average fertility with not too much nitrogen. Place the bulbs in a sunny position with the shoulder of the bulbs showing above the ground. Space approximately 8-10 cm apart in bold clumps or ribbon borders. To grow longer stems, 50% shade will help draw them out.
Nerines like to be hot and dry - they do best in full Sun, in sandy, very well drained soil.
Nerines should be planted as soon as you receive them.
For a full overview of how to plant Daffodils visit our Gardeners Guide.