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John Rickard

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Paola Alstroemeria)

Princess Paola alstroemeria ('Stapripal') is a slightly shorter growing member of the series. A floral display has an overall orange coloring, but the petals are vividly multicolored. Petals are light pink/peach with yellow throat with few dark speckles, if any at all. There is a wide band of salmon on each petal.

The patented Princess Lilies series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that...

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Bosh Bruening

(Lily-of-the-Incas)

One of the Princess Lilies® - a series of compact, long-blooming alstroemeria hybrids bred for the garden rather than for the cutflower industry - Princess™ Sara is an herbaceous perennial that produces eye-catching apricot-pink flowers with yellow throats and purple stripes from late spring through summer. The narrow, twisted, light green leaves are evergreen in mild winter climates.

Plants prefer full sun (with afternoon shade in hottest regions) and fertile, moist soil with good drainage....

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Maureen Gilmer

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Stefanie Alstroemeria)

Princess Stephanie alstroemeria ('Stapristef') is a minimally taller growing member of the series. Its flowers are pale pink with a prominent yellow throat and many dark red speckles. The inner portion of the petals have a large oval splotch of dark pink or fuchsia.

The patented Princess Lilies series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that leads to lots of free flowering blossoms. Flowers...

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James Burghardt

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Susana Alstroemeria)

Princess Susana alstroemeria ('Staprisusa') boasts flowers that cast an overall pale pink appearance. Upon closer examination there are both white and medium pink petals with obvious bright yellow throats and purple flecks.

The patented Princess Lilies series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that leads to lots of free flowering blossoms. Flowers are long lasting and resemble azalea blossoms;...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Ivana Alstroemeria)

Princess Ivana alstroemeria ('Staprivane') is a minimally taller growing member of the series. Its flowers are rosy pink and fuschia with yellow throat and few purple speckles.

The patented Princess Lilies series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that leads to lots of free flowering blossoms. Flowers are long lasting and resemble azalea blossoms; they come in a wide array of colors.

All...

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James Burghardt

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Zavina Alstroemeria)

Princess Zavina alstroemeria ('Staprivina') has a peach overall tone to its flowers. The petals are pale peach with occasional blotches of yellow and dark salmon. Each flower also has a yellow throat and purple speckles that are absent from the outer petal, but more pronounced deeper down the center.

The patented Princess Lilies series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that leads to lots...

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Charlotte Alstroemeria)

Princess™ Charlotte alstroemeria ('Staprizsa') is a small mounded plant. Flowers open wide and are strikingly rosy pink with a small flash of bright yellow. The pink petals are speckled with dark coral pink strips. In general, blossoms are held above the green to yellow-green leaves.

The patented Princess Lilies™ series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that leads to lots of free flowering...

(Lily-of-the-Incas)

Princess™ Zsa Zsa alstroemeria ('Staprizsa') is a long-blooming perennial from the lily family. The flaring azalea-like flowers have broad pink petals with yellow bases marked with dark coral pink lines. The flowers appear at the top of branching stems that bear yellow-green, lance-shaped leaves. The plant grows from a tuber.

The patented Princess Lilies™ series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent...

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James H. Schutte

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Sweet Laura Alstroemeria)

Alstroemeria or lily-of-the-Incas is a bulbous perennial grown for its exquisitely dainty flowers which bloom on tall stalks throughout the summer. Sweet Laura alstoemeria produces clusters of bright yellow, funnel-shaped flowers marked with cherry red. The prominent stamens are also rich red. Long-prized by florists as cut flowers, today there are many hybrid cultivars suited to growing in home gardens. Sweet Laura alstroemeria is one of the few alstroemeria that is fragrant, and it is relatively...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Princess™ Isabella Alstroemeria)

Princess Isabella alstromemeria ('Zapribel') flowers are peach and orange with yellow throat and purple speckles. Streaks of dark orange or a muted red salmon can be found across several petals in the flowerhead.

The patented Princess Lilies series of alstroemeria was developed by Dutch breeders to be excellent garden plants. They are shorter and more compact plants with excellent branching that leads to lots of free flowering blossoms. Flowers are long lasting and resemble azalea blossoms; they...