How to Care for Alstroemeria Flower?

Alstroemeria, also called the Peruvian lily or lily of the Incas, is a South American genus of about 50 species of flowering plants.

They grow in ecosystems ranging from sea level to high mountain altitudes, including cold regions such as the Andes and southern Patagonia.

Alstroemeria Flower are such Hardy Plants, they will grow in any well drained soil in an open sunny position, Perfect for adding long lasting summer colour to the garden.

The best way to water your Alstroemeria flower depends on the method you use to grow it. Water deeply so that moisture penetrates to the roots.

Alstroemeria flowers are heavy feeders and will require fertilizer every four to six weeks during the blooming season.

Use a complete fertilizer with a balanced nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium ratio. A 10-10-10 or 20-20-20 fertilizer is appropriate.

Alstroemeria plants do best in bright indirect sunlight but can tolerate some direct sun if they are gradually acclimated to it.

When deadheading your Alstroemeria flowers, be sure to cut back to a healthy bud or leaf. This will ensure that your plant continues to grow and bloom for seasons to come.

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