Crochet Nerine Lily
Crochet Nerine Lily
Just what you needed… an easy yet elegant blooms that stands tall while taking up just a small amount of space. Meet the beautiful Nerine Diamond Lily… a gorgeous flower that is not a true lily but is rather part of the Amaryllis family. What a beautiful twist!
Try your hand at this easy to create bloom. You can choose your favorite one from red to pinks, purple, yellow and also white. Make a bunch to create jaw dropping moments.
Create something that you can sit back and enjoy later.
Like a lily, unlike any crochet lily!
Some fun facts!
Nerine sarniensis,is commonly known as Guernsey lily or Jersey, Diamond lily or Spider lily. It is a flowering plant in the Amaryllidaceae family.
The flowers is named Nerine, after the beautiful sea-nymph, Nereides.
Exposure to cold temperatures can cause the flower heads to turn slightly blue.
In some species, the flowers will appear before the leaves develop.
The earliest published name for the genus was Imhofia, given by Lorenz Heister in 1755. Then, later named Nerine, published by William Herbert in 1820.
Nerine flower symbolizes freedom.
It’s the national flower of Guernsey.
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