A nerine with large heads of pink lilylike flowers. Native to South Africa, it has long been cultivated and was first described in Guernsey, England.
- 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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Syllabification: Guern·sey lil·y
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