Nerine undulata is a delicate and choice Nerine from the Eastern Cape with pale pink tepals that have a crinkly wavy margin. The pale pink colour gradation turns to pinkish-white at the centre of each flower and the filaments are also pink. The umbels are not as tall as Nerine bowdenii and the entire plant is smaller and somewhat more refined. It requires a well-drained gritty substrate in a sheltered aspect that receives full sun.
|Synonyms||Amaryllis aucta, Amaryllis flexuosa, Amaryllis major, Amaryllis undulata, Haemanthus undulatus, Imhofia flexuosa, Imhofia undulata, Loxanthes flexuosa, Loxanthes undulata, Nerine alta, Nerine aucta, Nerine flexuosa, Nerine flexuosa var. alba, Nerine undulata var. major|
|Geographical Origin||South Africa: Eastern Cape|
|Cultivation||Full sun. Warm, sheltered aspect. A humus-rich but well-drained soil. Avoid disturbing roots|
|Eventual Height||Flowers to 50-60cm|
|Hardiness||Hardy bulbous geophyte. Mulch in winter with bark or grit. If grown in a container move under glass after flowering|
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