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James Burghardt

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

Princess Fabiana alstroemeria ('Zaprifabi') is a minimally taller growing member of the series. Overall color casting of the flowers reveals a faint yellow white. Individual flowers are a combination of pale yellow, ivory or pale salmon/pink with the yellow throat and 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...

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Maureen Gilmer

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

Princess Julieta alstroemeria ('Zaprijul') is a slightly taller growing member of the series. Its flowers almost look like a picotee variety of an ivy geranium. They are multicolor with white and violet and lavender blotches with the atypical throat color of white.

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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Maureen Gilmer

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

Princess Anouska alstroemeria ('Zaprinous') is a taller growing member of the series. Its flowers are almost all purple, with small blobs of occasional white in the mid throat. Minimal dabs of lemon yellow are also found in the throat of the flowers. Interestingly, the blossom is reminiscent of a purple crocus.

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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Maureen Gilmer

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

Princess Theresa alstroemeria ('Zapriteres') is a taller growing member of the series. Its flowers are a pleasing blend of dark rose with minimal white. The throats are often shared by both yellow and dark rose and do carry the 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...

Image of Alstroemeria (PRINCESS LILIES™ SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Lily-of-the-Incas)

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 alstroemeria enjoy cool, moist and deep sandy loams and are somewhat slow to establish after transplanting. Give them fertile soils with sunshine, but in hotter climates too much...

Image of Alstroemeria aurea photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Lily-of-the-Incas)

A native of the montane regions of Chile and Argentina, Peruvian lily is an herbaceous perennial that spreads by rhizomatous tubers. It has upright stems lined with waxy, slightly wavy, lance-shaped leaves of green to gray-green. From mid to late summer clusters of large, yellow or orange, lily-like flowers appear. These have delicate spots of brown or red along their throats and are attractive to hummingbirds. After blooming foliage will die back.

Peruvian lily grows best in areas where summers...

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Orange King Peruvian-lily, Peruvian-lily)

Originating from the montane regions of Chile and Argentina, 'Orange King' Peruvian lily is an herbaceous perennial that spreads by rhizomatous tubers. It has upright stems lined with waxy, slightly wavy, lance-shaped leaves of green to gray-green. From mid to late summer many clusters of large, deep orange, lily-like flowers appear. These have delicate brown spots along their throats and are attractive to hummingbirds. After blooming foliage will die back.

Peruvian lily grows best in areas where...

Image of Alstroemeria ligtu photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Peruvian-lily)

In summer this tuberous, tender perennial blooms with a profusion of colorful, lily-like flowers. Lily-of-the-Incas is native to central Chile and Argentina and has slender, sparse, strap-like leaves and tall flower stems. The semi-evergreen leaves are light green with hints of gray. As the summer temperatures rise, the tall stems become topped with branched clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers. These may be orange-red with yellow and dark-red markings or lavender-pink with purple and maroon markings,...

Image of Alstroemeria psittacina photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lily-of-the-Incas)

Parrot lily is a tender perennial that grows from tuberous roots. It is native to Brazil. Clumps of foliage appear in spring and slowly elongate to upright, leafy, pink-spotted stems. Clusters of tubular flowers bloom at the ends of the stems in loose spheres. Greenish blooms are heavily overlaid with red and marked with dark purple to brown spots and streaks, a unique color combination! Alstroemeria blooms in the cool of spring and may re-bloom in autumn. Alstromeria psittacina is one of...

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James H. Schutte

(Lily-of-the-Incas, Variegated Lily-of-the-Incas)

Variegated parrot lily is a tender perennial that grows from tuberous roots. It is native to Brazil. Clumps of white-edged foliage appear in spring and slowly elongate to upright, leafy, pink-spotted stems. Clusters of tubular flowers bloom at the ends of the stems in loose spheres. Greenish blooms are heavily overlaid with red and marked with dark purple to brown spots and streaks, a unique color combination! Alstroemeria blooms in the cool of spring and may re-bloom in autumn. Alstromeria psittacina...