All the Alstroemerias!

Harder to spell than to grow, Alstroemerias offer some of the best high gratification to low perspiration ratios around! Gloriously large flowered and TALL (to 3-4'), long, strong stems make them an iconic cut flower, lasting a couple of weeks in a vase. A hummingbird favorite, extra large flowers also boast showy nectar guides that lure bees and butterflies to their bounty.

Easy and carefree in almost any soil – although you'll get a crazy EXPLOSION of bloom in rich soil with regular water and adequate drainage – they'll spread to a 3-4' wide colony over time (or grow them in a large container if you don't have room for them to spread out). Long-blooming late Spring to Fall, they're heat tolerant, long-lived, disease and deer resistant and hardy to USDA zone 7. Maybe for the first time ever – all four of our favorite varieties are ready at once!

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Coronavirus/Covid-19 Advisory as of March 19, 2020: Our 2.5 acre nursery remains OPEN at this time with permission from the Deputy Health Officer of Contra Costa County. You may visit our large, open-air environment which allows for 6' of social distancing.

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Alstroemeria hybrid ‘Tricolor’ Alstroemeria hybrid ‘Tricolor’
Alstroemeria hybrid ‘Tricolor’
Blooming front and center almost year-round in our demo gardens, we've gotten a million requests for this pink and white striped beauty – so here you go! To 3' tall and spreading to a 3-4' wide colony, it's EASY in almost any soil. Can tolerate drier conditions and hardy to USDA zone 7.
Alstroemeria ‘The Third Harmonic’ Alstroemeria ‘The Third Harmonic’
Alstroemeria ‘The Third Harmonic’
Saffron-orange 3" blooms with burgundy-striped throats appear in abundance at the tips of 3' stalks almost year-round here by the Bay. Large-flowered and longer-stemmed than the dwarf varieties so commonly available today, it's a nursery – and hummingbird! – favorite! Hardy USDA zone 7!
Alstroemeria 'Jupiter' Alstroemeria ligtu
Alstroemeria 'Jupiter'
Rarely seen, incredibly beautiful and super long blooming 'Jupiter' boasts dramatic 3" raspberry blooms with rich brown nectar guides to lure hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators.
Alstroemeria ligtu
It's been over 10 years since we last had a crop of this wonderfully wildflowery "Peruvian Lily" and we're thrilled to bring it back! Colors range from peachy-pink to primrose-blushed-rose.

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Annie's Annuals & Perennials
Nursery: 740 Market Ave. Richmond, CA 94801
Business Office: 801 Chesley Ave. Richmond, CA, 94801
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