A woody perennial with a soft, billowing growth habit; swathed in silver-grey, feathery, strongly aromatic leaves.
Looking at the sweet hybrids of Angelonia angustifolia it is hard to believe that these perennials can be so at home in full sun in the hot spots in a garden – they simply look far too delicate.
Spectacular when in full bloom and forming ever-increasing clumps, these easy-to-grow herbaceous perennials die down completely during the winter months.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Fabiana’ – cream-coloured flowers with green and white foliage.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Zavina’ – coral-coloured flowers with yellow centres.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Mathilde’ – deep rose-pink flowers.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Marilene’ – white flowers with brown flecks and yellow centres.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Letizia’ – deep red flowers with a yellow throat and noticeable filaments.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Anouska’ – deep purple flowers with white throats. The first cut-flower Inca lilies to arrive in South Africa captured the imagination of gardeners and the search was soon on to obtain specimens to plant.
Alstroemeria ‘Princess Paola’ – white flowers with pink edges and yellow centres. The first cut-flower Inca lilies to arrive in South Africa captured the imagination of gardeners and the search was soon on to obtain specimens to plant.