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Winter White Nerines
Here's your flower of the day folks: Winter White Nerines.
Nerines are incredibly rare and hardly used in floral arrangements outside of the potted variety. In fact, Nerines are so infrequently used that most of the biology of these "pseudo-lilies" is unknown. To make matters worse, Nerines are on the verge of becoming extinct as their arid habitat increasingly becomes more scarce.
While Nerines are most typically referred to as a "Lily" or of the "Lily family", neither is actually true. Nerines are actually more closely related to that of the Amaryllis and Lycoris.
If you're looking to include these dazzling beauties to your MUST-HAVE list of florals for your wedding or special event, then you need to partner with a floral designer that REALLY KNOWS their stuff. You an always count on G. Page Wholesale Flowers, in New York to have their pulse on what's chic, available and possible in all things floral, which is where this photo came from.
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