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  1. Pink Nerine Lily Bulbs, Nerine bowdenii, Guernsey Lily, Jersey Lily, Spider Lily

    The perfect bulb to add color when the rest of the garden is winding down, Nerine Lily produces frilly pink flower clusters in fall. Also known as Guernsey Lily, it's both deer resis...

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    Nerine Lily Guernsey Lily, Jersey Lily Nerine bowdenii
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    The perfect bulb to add color when the rest of the garden is winding down, Nerine Lily produces frilly pink flower clusters in fall. Also known as Guernsey Lily, it's both deer resistant and fragrant. Hardy in zones 8-10 and considered annuals in all other zones. (Nerine bowdenii)
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  2. Red Nerine Lily, Nerine sarniensis Close Up Flowers

    Native to southern Africa, Red Nerine Lily is a fall-blooming cousin of the Amaryllis. Also known as diamond lily, this garden jewel never fails to surprise when its brilliant red, b...

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    Red Nerine Lily Red Guernsey Lily, Jersey Lily Nerine sarniensis Red
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    Native to southern Africa, Red Nerine Lily is a fall-blooming cousin of the Amaryllis. Also known as diamond lily, this garden jewel never fails to surprise when its brilliant red, bare-stemmed blooms pop up out of the soil in the autumn. Slightly fragrant and critter resistant, Red Nerine lilies are a true garden delight! (Nerine sarniensis)
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Nerine Lily Flower Bulbs

Fragrant and unusual, these captivating blooms are deer resistant

Nerine Lilies, also known as Guernsey Lilies, produce spider-like blooms with curvaceous petals and tall, spiky stamens. A very unique flower, plant Nerine Lilies for late-summer color in the garden or in containers. Deer-resistant blooms provide a lovely scent and thrive when planted in full-sun sites and gritty soils. Grown as an annual in zones 7 and above, though bulbs can be lifted and stored elsewhere for replanting in spring.

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