Which Nerine is this?

J.E. Shields jshields@indy.net
Sun, 29 Jul 2012 15:38:21 PDT
I would guess a form of Nerine undulata, a.k.a. flexuose alba.  As Roland 
suggests, it is just accidentally a bit shorter than usual.

Jim Shields

At 10:07 AM 7/30/2012 +1200, you wrote:
>I was given this Nerine a couple of years ago.  I was given one bulb, as
>Nerine masonorum alba.  It is slowly multiplying, and now has it's first
>flower, which is about 4inches high.  As N. masonorum has grass like
>leaves, it cannot be that.  So does anyone know what it is?

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