Alstroemeria Inca Smile – I think has the largest flowers with creamy white flowers blushed pink yellow centre petals speckled brown.
Alstroemerias are hardy colourful plants that are simple to cultivate and care for. Grown from tuberous rhizomes develop upright stems and glossy green foliage. It is best to grow alstroemerias in well-drained rich compost. They do well when planted in the morning sun, midday to afternoon shade, or filtered light during the day. Keep them moist and wetted every few days or else the leaves will yellow and the plant will go dormant. Pluck old stems that have flowered and withered to produce new growth. Flowers will develop soon after. Great planted in gardens as borders and in containers. Alstroemerias bloom between spring and autumn but flowers may stop if you experience hot summers. This variety is certainly pickable from the garden it lasts for 2 weeks in a vase. Sent by express post.