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Nerine gracilis

Nerine gracilis
Common names: delicate nerine
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... pictures on iNaturalist and allowing us to use the images. Nerine gracilis is a fast-growing, deciduous, summer ... until about the middle of March. Germination of Nerine gracilis is good in a habitat with high soil ... very freely when the soil is saturated and damp. Nerine gracilis is known from northern, south-central and ...

18 / 12 / 2023 | Ntsako Colins Chauke | Walter Sisulu NBG
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Nerine ridleyi

Nerine ridleyi
Common names: Ridley’s nerine
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... base, and have rounded tips. Fig. 2 . Bulb and leaves of Nerine ridleyi . The flowering plant has a sturdy peduncle ... fleshy, and produced within membranous capsules. Fig. 3. Nerine ridleyi , light pink form, with leaves. Nerine ridleyi is restricted to upper mountain slopes within ...

07 / 03 / 2022 | Graham Duncan | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Nerine krigei

Nerine krigei has distinctive erect, spirally twisted leaves (Georg Fritz)
Common names: corkskrew nerine, curly leaved nerine (Eng.); draaiblaar nerine (Afr.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... 2017 Images courtesy of Georg Fritz and Clinton Rautenbach Nerine krigei is a summer-growing, bulbous plant, ... a plant will persist and flower for many years. Nerine krigei is endemic to South Africa and is found in the ... Provinces, growing in damp depressions in grassland. Nerine krigei may attract wildlife to the garden, such as ...

06 / 02 / 2017 | Thato Moeketsane | Walter Sisulu NBG
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Nerine bowdenii

Nerine bowdenii subsp. bowdenii from southern KwaZulu-Natal
Common names: large pink nerine (Eng.); grootpienknerina (Afr.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... Garden November 2015 This deciduous, summer-growing nerine reaches up to 700 mm high in flower, and grows from a ... in a subglobose capsule with thin membranous walls. Nerine bowdenii comprises two subspecies, subsp. bowdenii and ... January to May, versus April to May in subsp. bowdenii . Nerine bowdenii is native to the Eastern Cape and ...

23 / 11 / 2015 | Graham Duncan | Walter Sisulu NBG
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Nerine filifolia

Nerine filifolia
Common names: grass-leaved nerine (Eng.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... P.P.J Herman National Herbarium, Pretoria January 2012   Nerine filifolia is a semi-deciduous, perennial bulbous herb. ... plants in flower have been collected as late as July. Nerine filifolia is an Eastern Cape endemic. It grows in ... which are obviously responsible for its pollination. Nerine Nerine filifolia  is fast-growing, and bulbs multiply ...

16 / 01 / 2012 | Paul Herman | National Herbarium Pretoria
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Nerine undulata

Nerine undulata
Common names: nerine (Eng.); seeroogblom, berglelie (Afr.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... Duncan) Free State National Botanical Garden August 2011 Nerine undulata is a summer-growing bulbous perennial, up to ... tepals that tend to roll inwards and are strongly crisped. Nerine undulata occurs in open grassland in wetlands, along ... ground when ripe and germinate close to the mother plant. Nerine The easiest way to propagate most forms of Nerine ...

01 / 08 / 2011 | Stemmer Ngalo | Free State NBG
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Nerine gibsonii

Nerine gibsonii
Common names: Gibson's nerine
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... Duncan Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden May 2004 Nerine gibsonii is an evergreen or summer-growing geophyte ... stored in the plentiful storage tissue of the seed. Nerine gibsonii has a highly restricted distribution in the ... cultivation they usually remain evergreen. The flowers of Nerine gibsonii are self fertile and do not require ...

10 / 05 / 2004 | Graham Duncan | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Nerine humilis

Nerine humilis
Common names: dwarf nerine (Eng.); seeroogblom, berglelie (Afr.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... germinate often when still inside the dry fruit capsule. Nerine humilis grows in colonies and flowers particularly ... narrow linear leaves and short, slender flower stalks. Nerine humilis has a relatively wide distribution and is not ... fruiting bodies are blown along the ground by the wind. Nerine Nerine humilis and N. sarniensis are particularly ...

26 / 04 / 2004 | Werner Voigt | Karoo Desert NBG
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Nerine laticoma

Nerine laticoma
Common names: vleilelie, gifbol, jeukui, seeroogblom (Afr.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... Free State NBG Shireen Harris Free State NBG October 2003 Nerine laticoma includes several forms which were previously ... one to many round, or irregularly-shaped, fleshy seeds. Nerine species hybridize easily so, if several species are ... proximity, the seed is likely to yield garden hybrids. Nerine laticoma occurs in a broad band stretching from the ...

06 / 10 / 2003 | Shireen Harris | Free State NBG
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Nerine masoniorum

Nerine masoniorum
Common names: Masons' nerine, Transkei lily
Family: Amaryllidaceae

... Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden February 2003 Nerine masoniorum  has dainty, compact flowerheads which ... It is evergreen when cultivated in temperate climates. Nerine masoniorum  has an extremely limited distribution and ... are dislodged from the capsules, forming dense colonies. Nerine Nerine masoniorum is the most easily cultivated of all ...

10 / 03 / 2003 | Graham Duncan | Kirstenbosch NBG
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Nerine sarniensis

Nerine sarniensis
Common names: Guernsey lily, red nerine (Eng.); berglelie, nerina (Afr.)
Family: Amaryllidaceae

...   The highly ornamental endemic southern African genus Nerine comprises 25 species and is represented in Namibia, ... under cultivation in temperate climates, the species of Nerine can conveniently be placed into three distinct groups, ... winter-growing, summer-growing and evergreen species. Nerine sarniensis belongs to the small group of four ...

15 / 04 / 2002 | Graham Duncan | Kirstenbosch NBG
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