A Brief History of NAAS
Society Activities
Forthcoming Events
Society Publication
Book Review - Dr David
Books & Archive
Register of N. Cultivars
Events 2018
Events 2017
Events 2016
Events 2015
Events 2014
Events 2013
Events 2012
Events 2010 & 2011
Events 2009
Events 2008
Officers & Committee
Membership details
Membership enquiries
General enquiries
Gallery of N. Sarniensis
Hardy Nerine Study Day
Links and other info.
Purchase on line

NAAS is the International Cultivar Registration Authority for Nerines. It is the only registration authority worldwide. Applicants and those referring to the cultivar check list need not be members of NAAS.

To access the website of the Registrar, follow the link below.


The Exbury/Vico Nerines (The website of NAAS President, Nicholas de Rothschild) http://www.nerines.com

Springbank Nursery, IOW. Ken Hall can be contacted by post at Springbank Nursery, Winford Road, Newchurch, Sandown, Isle of Wight PO36 0JX or by phone on 01983 865444.

Cotswold Garden Flowers (Bob Brown) Very wide range of most interesting plants including many amaryllids. Phone 01386 833 849 or 01386 422 829, email: info@cgf.net or go to www.cgf.net

Terry Smale (Xerophytes and Geophytes) http://www.smale1.demon.co.uk/

Southern African Bulb Group http://www.sabg.tk 

Scottish Rock Garden Club (SRGC) - Scottish based international club for alpine and rock garden enthusiasts, with very popular Amaryllid section in their Forum. http://www.srgc.net

Guernsey Nerine Festival.

Contact Plant heritage in Guernsey (NCCPG) http://www.nccpgguernsey.co.uk
or The Guernsey Museum http://museums.gov.gg/nerinefestival

For Agapanthus

Pine Cottage Plants, Devon. (Dick and Lorna Fulcher) Agapanthus specialist nursery. www.pcplants.co.uk

Hoyland Plant Centre - Specialist Agapanthus Nursery - National Collection Holders. Steve Hickman gave the talk and demonstration at the AGM 2013.

Fairweathers Nursery, near Beaulieu, Hants.

and Garden Centre

For Alliums

The holder of the National Collection of Alliums is Jackie Currie. She can be contacted via the website of her design company:


Two must-visit websites for anyone with an interest in African flora:

www.africanbulbs.com (Cameron and Rhoda McMaster)

www.theafricangarden.com (David Fenwick)