AGM. A reasonably hardy bulb originating from South Africa. White with pink markings, trumpet-shaped, scented flowers in loose clusters on stout maroon coloured stems appear in October and November. The leaves then appear and last through the winter, dying down in late spring, and there is a short period of dormancy during mid summer. The common name 'Naked Ladies' is given because the flowers appear before the leaves. They flower best in a warm site, with well-drained soil. Grown en masse against a south facing wall they look stunning and give wonderful colour near the end of the year when little else is flowering.
In 2 litre pots, at least 3 bulbs per pot