Nerines have been widely cultivated and they are bulbous flowering plants.
If you are searching for a unique little flower to keep your garden company well into the end of the season, try Nerine lilies. These South African natives spring from bulbs and produce blooms with curly petals in pink hues or sometimes white, red, and orange. Site conditions and soil are important information on how to grow Nerine bulbs.
Nerine lily bulbs require magnificent soil and marginally dgritty, yet naturally rich, soil. Change the blossom bed with liberal measures of fertilizer worked in to expand porosity and supplement content. In spring, pick an area in full sun and plant the bulbs with an inch of the thin top over the dirt surface. Introduce bulbs 8 to 11 inches separated for a massed look. Cut spent blossom stems however leave the foliage until the finish of the period. On the off chance that you are a northern nursery worker, pull up the bulbs and permit them to dry for a day or two. At that point pack them in a paper sack, box, or only a home of peat greenery and store them inside for the winter.