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Amarine Belladiva
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Amarine is a cross between Nerine and Amaryllis. Amarine Belladiva will produce up to 10 stunning rose pink flowers per stem that look like slim little lilies. Plant Amarines bulbs shallowly with their necks just above the surface. 
Amarines are a later flowering variety are usually in flower during the Autumn. Plant these alongside Nerines or other Amarines for colour in your garden during the later months of September and October. 
Harts' Hint
"Amarines are fully hardy but like all bulbs, they can not tolerate wet feet."

How to plant Amarines

Planting Amarines in the Garden

  • Locate your permanent position to plant your Amarines preferably in a sunny spot where you know they won't be disturbed. 
  • Plant in swathes of 3 or more bulbs will produce a lovely floral display. 
  • Space each bulb 15-20cm (6-8") apart.
  • Plant with the bottom half of the bulb below surface level with the roots spread out. The neck of the bulb needs to be above ground. 
  • Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny position. 
  • Water well. 

Planting Nerines in Pots

  • If planting in pots, plant your bulbs using a mixture of 50% multipurpose compost and 50% loam-based compost such as John Innes No.2.
  • Plant with the bottom half of the bulb below surface level with the roots spread out. 
  • Space Amarines 10-15cm (4-6") apart.
  • Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny position. 
  • Water well. 

Description

Amarine is a cross between Nerine and Amaryllis. Amarine Belladiva will produce up to 10 stunning rose pink flowers per stem that look like slim little lilies. Plant Amarines bulbs shallowly with their necks just above the surface. 
Amarines are a later flowering variety are usually in flower during the Autumn. Plant these alongside Nerines or other Amarines for colour in your garden during the later months of September and October. 
Harts' Hint
"Amarines are fully hardy but like all bulbs, they can not tolerate wet feet."

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Delivery and P&P

This item is dispatched all year around.
All orders should be dispatched within 3-5 working days.
Postage cost to the UK (excluding N.Ireland) is £5.50.
Orders over £50 qualify for FREE delivery.
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You have the right to cancel your order at any time before it is dispatched.
All returns must be returned at your cost within 7 days of receipt.
Payment for the returned goods will be refunded within 7 days of the goods being received by us, less the postage charges.

Planting & Growing Instructions

How to plant Amarines

Planting Amarines in the Garden

  • Locate your permanent position to plant your Amarines preferably in a sunny spot where you know they won't be disturbed. 
  • Plant in swathes of 3 or more bulbs will produce a lovely floral display. 
  • Space each bulb 15-20cm (6-8") apart.
  • Plant with the bottom half of the bulb below surface level with the roots spread out. The neck of the bulb needs to be above ground. 
  • Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny position. 
  • Water well. 

Planting Nerines in Pots

  • If planting in pots, plant your bulbs using a mixture of 50% multipurpose compost and 50% loam-based compost such as John Innes No.2.
  • Plant with the bottom half of the bulb below surface level with the roots spread out. 
  • Space Amarines 10-15cm (4-6") apart.
  • Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny position. 
  • Water well. 

Care Instructions

  • Amarines do not like to be disturbed so establish a decent position from the off and avoid moving them. 
  • Protect in very cold areas with a mulch over winter. 
  • Don't worry if the flowering is not brilliant the first year, its just establishing itself. Be patient and you will see results in 12-18months. 
  • Do not divide the bulbs as they prefer to become quite congested and grow in clumps. 
£3.00

Amarine Belladiva

Nerine x Amaryllis Hybrid
  • 1 Bulb £3.00
  • 3 Bulbs £7.50
  • 9 Bulbs £20.00
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Specification
Latin name: Amarine
Also known as: Nerine x Amaryllis Hybrid
Colours: Rose Pink
Aspect: Full Sun or Partial Shade
Height: 75cm / 30"
Planting period: Spring
Soil Type: Well-draned
Bulb Size: 16cm+
Hardiness: Frost Hardy
Suitable for containers: Yes
Scented: Yes
Border Position: Front/Middle
Pollinator: Yes
Shipping est: Spring 2025
Delivery period: Spring (Feb to May 2025)
SKU SKU17890112
  • Description
    Amarine is a cross between Nerine and Amaryllis. Amarine Belladiva will produce up to 10 stunning rose pink flowers per stem that look like slim little lilies. Plant Amarines bulbs shallowly with their necks just above the surface. 
    Amarines are a later flowering variety are usually in flower during the Autumn. Plant these alongside Nerines or other Amarines for colour in your garden during the later months of September and October. 
    Harts' Hint
    "Amarines are fully hardy but like all bulbs, they can not tolerate wet feet."
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  • Planting & Growing Instructions

    How to plant Amarines

    Planting Amarines in the Garden

    • Locate your permanent position to plant your Amarines preferably in a sunny spot where you know they won't be disturbed. 
    • Plant in swathes of 3 or more bulbs will produce a lovely floral display. 
    • Space each bulb 15-20cm (6-8") apart.
    • Plant with the bottom half of the bulb below surface level with the roots spread out. The neck of the bulb needs to be above ground. 
    • Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny position. 
    • Water well. 

    Planting Nerines in Pots

    • If planting in pots, plant your bulbs using a mixture of 50% multipurpose compost and 50% loam-based compost such as John Innes No.2.
    • Plant with the bottom half of the bulb below surface level with the roots spread out. 
    • Space Amarines 10-15cm (4-6") apart.
    • Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny position. 
    • Water well. 
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