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Alstroemeria

Alstroemerias are one of the longest and hardest performing plants you can grow. We planted a trial bed six years ago and have been growing them ever since.
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  1. Alstroemeria 'Cardinal Purple'

    Starting at £11.95

    Available as 1 x 9cm plant, 3 x 9cm plants

  2. Alstroemeria 'Grape Sorbet'

    Starting at £11.95

    Available as 1 x 9cm plant, 3 x 9cm plants

  3. Alstroemeria 'Kir Royale'

    Starting at £11.95

    Available as 1 x 9cm plant, 3 x 9cm plants

  4. Alstroemeria 'Peaches and Cream'

    Starting at £11.95

    Available as 1 x 9cm plant, 3 x 9cm plants

  5. Alstroemeria 'Tessa'

    Starting at £11.95

    Available as 1 x 7cm plant, 3 x 7cm plants

  6. Cool and Fresh Alstroemeria Collection

    £29.95

    Available as 3 x 9cm plants

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    Alstroemeria 'Apollo'
    Alstroemeria 'Apollo'

    Starting at £11.95

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    Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer' Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer'
    Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer'

    Starting at £11.95

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    Alstroemeria 'Royal Velvet'
    Alstroemeria 'Royal Velvet'

    Starting at £11.95

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    Dark and Rich Alstroemeria Collection
    Dark and Rich Alstroemeria Collection

    £29.95

Alstroemeria Plants at Sarah Raven

In quite a shady bed at Perch Hill they flowered from June until November, and when we dug them into a bed in the greenhouse they flowered in February, then again – the same plants – in July and November, three crops from one root.

Pull the flowers – like picking rhubarb – rather than cut them and they'll produce more and more. Excellent for the border and cutting. See Sarah's advice on how to grow Alstroemeria, including how to grow them inside and how to choose the best varieties.