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Nerine filifolia Baker
Family Amaryllidaceae
Nerine filifolia Baker APNI*

Description: Bulbous perennial; bulb to 30 mm diam.

Leaves filiform, to 30 cm long, glabrous.

Inflorescence with up to 9 flowers per umbel; scape to 30 cm long; flowers dark pink in bud; tepals bright pink fading to pale pink, glabrous, recurved, to 40 mm long, margins undulate; stamens slightly longer than tepals, somewhat unequal in length, pink; anthers black at first, appearing pale yellowish when pollen is released; style shorter than stamens, pink; stigma dark pink.

Capsule reddish when mature; seeds becoming dark reddish brown.


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Flowering: Summer to autumn.

Distribution and occurrence: Widely cultivated; occasionally a garden escape or naturalised, e.g. near Muswellbrook (Hunter Valley). Native to the Cape Province, South Africa.
NSW subdivisions: *CWS
AVH map***

See www.plantzafrica.com for further information.

Text by KL Wilson (Aug 2013)
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APNI* Provides a link to the Australian Plant Name Index (hosted by the Australian National Botanic Gardens) for comprehensive bibliographic data
***The AVH map option provides a detailed interactive Australia wide distribution map drawn from collections held by all major Australian herbaria participating in the Australian Virtual Herbarium project.
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