Amarine Belladiva

 

About Amarine Belladiva

Amarine belladiva

The Nerine belladiva flowers bring a smile to our faces with their cheerful, heart-warming sheen. The belladiva has the largest flowers of all the nerines, which when in bloom results in a magnificent display that lasts exceptionally well both in the garden and in a vase. The belladiva is available in white, pink, dark pink and light pink.

Amarine belladiva in the garden

The Nerine belladiva brings a splash a cheerful colour to your autumnal garden. The belladiva thrives in calcium-rich soil (border) or in a pot (garden or balcony). Bulbs must be planted in the spring, preferably in clumps of uneven numbers. The bulbs should not be planted too deep – the necks should just protrude above the ground. Space the bulbs approximately 20 cm apart. When potting the belladiva, use potting soil with a pH higher than 5.5 and an EC value of between 0.5 and 0.7.

The belladiva grows best in a spot where the bulbs can benefit from the full sun whilst being sheltered from wind and rain. Apart from regularly needing fresh water, the bulbs require minimal care. They grow to approximately 70-80 centimetres in height, and bloom from September through November.

The belladiva is a perennial, but the bulbs cope poorly with wintry temperatures and frost. Therefore it is advisable to dig up the bulbs in November, once blooming has finished, and store them indoors. You can replant the bulbs in your borders or pots at the first sign of spring.

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Amarine belladiva in the home

The Nerine belladiva looks gorgeous when displayed in a vase, and is renowned for its long shelf-life. The flowers are available from August through November, mainly from specialist florists and webshops.

The belladiva is striking whether arranged as a mono-floral display or in a mixed bouquet. As long as they are treated well, they are guaranteed to bring joy to your home for at least 12 days. Always use a clean vase containing lukewarm water and flower food. Cut the stems diagonally before placing the flowers in the water. Place the vase in the semi-shade and refresh the water regularly.

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Amarine belladiva varieties and colours

The Nerine belladiva is available in the following shades: white, pink, dark pink and light pink. Click on the adjacent photos for more details about each variety.

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