Nerines give a fabulous splash of colour as we head into Autumn. Their lily-like flowers are in various shades of bright pink to crimson. The leaves appear after the flowers.
Their preferred spot is at the base of a West or South facing wall in full sun.
They grow from bulbs which should be planted in Spring. They like a hot, dry spot and in Winter benefit from a dry mulch to protect them from the cold.
After flowering deadhead and then once the foliage has begun to die back cut it down. If moved they may take a year or two to flower