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Alstroemeria ‘Inticancha Hula’
(Peruvian Lilly)

£20.00

Item release date 20 June 2024.
£20.00
Great for wildlife
June - October
35cm x 30cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Cut Flowers
Fully Hardy

At our nursery, we love Alstroemeria ‘Inticancha Hula’ for its uniquely vibrant and interesting blooms. This perennial flowers for a long time, producing blooms that make excellent cut flowers. It’s also great for pollinators, attracting beneficial insects to the garden. Ideal for borders and containers, ‘Inticancha Hula’ adds a splash of colour and interest to any sunny spot from Spring to late Summer.

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Description

Our Alstroemeria 'Inticancha Hula', is a burst of floral exuberance that will provide a beautiful focal point in your garden. The Alstroemeria 'Inticancha Hula' is a true marvel of nature with its vibrant pink blooms. Each blossom is like a miniature work of art, exuding energy and radiance in every delicate petal. But its allure goes beyond aesthetics, the 'Inticancha Hula' is a truly resilient and adaptable plant that thrives in various conditions. It can withstand both the scorching heat of Summer and the occasional chill of early Spring. Whether you place it in a sunny spot or partial shade, this remarkable beauty will flourish, filling your garden with its eye catching presence. Gardening enthusiasts of all levels will appreciate the easy care and versatility of this Alstroemeria, with its compact and upright growth habit, it's a perfect choice for containers, borders, or even as a stunning focal point in your flower beds. Whether you're seeking a show-stopping addition to your garden or a captivating centrepiece for your floral arrangements, the Alstroemeria 'Inticancha Hula' is a must-have. Its radiant colour, adaptability, and ease of care make it a true superstar among plants.

Planting Conditions

The Alstroemeria thrives in a sunny to partially shaded position, basking in the warmth of the sun's rays. Find a spot in your garden where it can receive at least 4-6 hours of sunlight each day. This ensures optimal growth and abundant blooms. If you live in a region with scorching Summers, providing some afternoon shade can help protect the plant from excessive heat. Remember to plant it in well-drained soil to prevent waterlogging. With the perfect balance of sunlight and soil conditions, the 'Inticancha Hula' will reward you with its vibrant and breath-taking display.

Watering & Feeding

When it comes to watering and feeding Alstroemeria, a balanced approach is key. Keep the soil evenly moist, but avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot. Water deeply when the top inch of soil feels dry, and ensure good drainage to prevent waterlogged conditions. As for feeding, a slow-release fertiliser applied in Spring can provide the necessary nutrients for healthy growth and abundant blooms. Additionally, a monthly dose of liquid fertiliser during the growing season can boost its performance. Remember, moderation is key in both watering and feeding to keep your 'Inticancha Hula' happy and thriving.

General Care

General care for Alstroemeria is relatively simple, allowing you to enjoy its beauty with ease. Provide it with a sunny to partially shaded location, well-drained soil, and moderate watering to keep the soil lightly moist. Regular deadheading of spent blooms not only keeps the plant looking tidy but also encourages continuous blooming. Additionally, the 'Inticancha Hula' benefits from dividing every few years to maintain its vigour and promote new growth. With these minimal efforts, you'll be rewarded with a flourishing display of vibrant blooms and a plant that brings joy to your garden year after year.