Oct 01 2019

Interesting Facts

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The Alstroemeria, commonly called Astromelia or better known in Peru as a Lily or Lily of the Incas; It is a genus of South American of about 50 species of flowering plants, mostly from cold and mountainous regions of the Andes. Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta class: Liliopsida order: Asparagales family: Alstroemeriaceae genre: Alstroemeria flowers of Astromelia or Alstroemeria flowers in late spring or early summer. The Astromelias or Alstroemerias come in Orange, pink, purple, red, yellow, white or salmon. The Astromelia or Alstroemeria are named for the Swedish botanist Klas von Alstroemer, who was a disciple of the great botanist Linnaeus. The genus of the Astromelia or the Alstroemeria is composed of around 50 species. Most of the modern hybrid Alstroemeria plants are propagated in a laboratory. Many hybrids and close to 190 varieties of Alstroemeria have been developed, with marks and colors different, ranging from white, yellow gold, Orange, apricot, pink, red, violet and lavender. The flowers of Alstroemeria or Astromelia have fragrance. The flowers of Alstroemeria or Astromelia can stay with life in the vase for nearly two weeks. The Alstroemeria ceases to produce flowers if heated too much, why recommend the following care for flowers of Astromelia.

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