Amaryllis belladonna

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Synonyms for Amaryllis belladonna

amaryllis of South Africa often cultivated for its fragrant white or rose flowers

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Hardy bulbs such as nerines, galtonia and Amaryllis belladonna can be planted in spring and left to naturalise in a warm, sunny spot.
Plant autumn-flowering bulbs such as amaryllis belladonna and autumn crocuses
Scilla scilloides, Leucojum autumnale, Amaryllis belladonna and Crinum.
Another good choice is Amaryllis belladonna, which has pink, trumpetshaped flowers on thick stalks and grows to around 2ft (60cm) high.
Most of our autumn-flowering bulbs are from South Africa and Amaryllis belladonna is perhaps the brightest and most gorgeous of them all.
The Jersey lily, Amaryllis belladonna, can be grown outside in this country and likes a border at the foot of a south facing wall.
Most will need to be repotted in fresh compost in spring, apart from nerines, crinums and amaryllis belladonna, which should be left unless they have grown too big for the container.