The botanical name of Alstroemeria plants is Alstroemeria spp. and the plant is also called Peruvian lilies and lilies of the Incas. The Alstroemeria plants are flowering perennial tuberous plants from the mountain regions of South America that closely resemble lilies but they are not true lilies. The Alstroemeria plants produce beautiful flowers that can last 2 to 3 weeks as cut flowers in a vase. Actually the common characteristics of Alstroemeria plants include their size, growing twenty inches to just over three feet, and their spreading roots that usually colonize an area. The Alstroemeria plants actually prefer regular moisture of 1 inch of water per week, rich, well-draining soil, and full sun, although the plant will need shade from the sweltering afternoon sun. 

The Alstroemeria plants is listed as mildly toxic (class two, class four) to humans. According to the ASPCA, the plant is non-toxic to dogs, cats, and horses. 

This Alstroemeria plants Care eBook contains a step by step guide on how to grow and care for Alstroemeria plants. Everything you need to know about growing Alstroemeria plants are contain in this ebook; Alstroemeria plants varieties, Pest and disease control in Alstroemeria plants, Soil requirement, light requirement, water requirement, fertilizer requirement, how to grow Alstroemeria plants in containers, how to grow Alstroemeria plants from seed, how to prune Alstroemeria plants, etc. This ebook contains everything about growing Alstroemeria plants. You can purchase the Alstroemeria plants Care eBook on Kobo store for $2.99


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