One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A nerine with large heads of pink flowers similar to those of the lily. Native to South Africa, but widely cultivated, it was first described in Guernsey.
Nerine sarniensis, family Liliaceae (or Amaryllidaceae)
- ‘The Guernsey lily, N. sarniensis, makes clusters of 10 iridescent crimson flowers, also on 2-foot stalks.’
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