This fascinating garden Alstroemeria has it all. Not only is the form compact and suitable for a garden but the foliage is a striking variegated leaf with a pink edge. This wild profusion of foliage is topped with masses of deep orange flowers all summer long. What a flamboyant plant! Discovered in New Zealand this member of the Inca Alstroemeria family will set your garden ablaze with a party atmosphere...take me to the Mardi Gras!!
Inca Alstroemerias are bred for compact habit. They are non-invasive unlike older Alstroemerias. Suitable in pots or in the garden they like humus-rich soil, and need to be kept moist through summer months. Remove old spent stems for repeat flowering. Feed with slow release fertilisers in spring for stunning flowering. Mulch is beneficial where Incas are in garden beds