Pot up Alstroemeria plants and grow them on in frost free conditions until large enough to plant outdoors. When all risk of frost has passed, plant Peruvian Lilies in a sunny or semi shaded position in fertile, moist, well drained soil. Alternatively, plant Alstroemeria in patio containers in soil based compost such as John Innes No.3.
Throughout the growing season, water Peruvian lilies regularly and feed container grown plants each month. In autumn, cut back the old stems and apply a dry mulch of chipped bark or straw to the base of the plant to protect it from cold winter weather. Alstroemeria prefers to be left undisturbed but can be divided in autumn or spring if clumps become overcrowded. Caution: irritant to skin and eyes.
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ALSTOEMERIA ROCK N ROLL
By STEPHEN CASWELL 02-06-2015
Plants came today what a load of rubbish , one had no soil it had come away , the other two were so small unbelieable , last year i bought two at my local garden centre they were £10 each but they were in 10 inch pots and the plants completly filled them and were 10 inches high, sadly i have another three ordered i will now try to cancel them
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Very pretty alstroemeria
By Kate King 31-07-2014
Have had this plant for a year now. Grew it in a pot on my patio for the first year, while I was planning my borders. Have planted it into the border this year and it is growing well and about to flower again. A couple of the stems are solid green rather than variegated - not sure if I should cut these off or just leave them. Very pleased with this plant.
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