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Pink Alstroemeria

Posted by chadinlg zone 9%3B Sunset 15 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 13, 11 at 11:39

I have this "unique" pink which may be a species - it came from one of the UCB sales. The flowers are smaller than the hybrids, and the leaves are blue gray and form whorls around the main stem. It seeds itself in cracks and such but is not invasive - does not form large colonies or clumps.

Chad


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RE: Pink Alstroemeria

  • Posted by jenn SoCal 9/19 (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 13, 11 at 14:31

Beautiful -- both the blooms and the photo.


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RE: Pink Alstroemeria

Very delicate looking. I like the color- I have a pink that is not very attractive to my eyes.
Renee


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RE: Pink Alstroemeria

Very pretty,i also have pink(not that one) and also have purple.
I've seen yellow and oranges in my neighborhoodso am hoping to get some of those.
Kathi


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