Height and Spread: 50cm x 50cm
Amarine 'Anastasia' flaunts up to 10 large vibrant pink flowers atop single stems, during the autumn over strap like leaves. The bulbs of this plant sit partially out of the soil much like those of a Nerine. Amarines were in fact developed from a cross between an Amaryllis and a Nerine.
Ideal for adding a splash of vibrancy to your garden during the autumn. Baking hot borders, beds are perfect for 'Anastasia'. A great perennial for a well-drained sunny situation, they love to be planted at the base of a wall where their bulbs can bask in the reflected heat. They also make superb late flowering specimen plants for a pot.