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'Lucky' has deep magenta buds that open to clear white flowers with peach-pink throats.
Alstroemeria, commonly known as Peruvian Lily is a tuberous perennial and not a true lily. They are associated with lilies due to their clustered foliage of lance-shaped leaves and blooms that resemble lilies. They are profuse bloomers and last up to two weeks as cut flowers. Their funnel-shaped flowers with "freckles" come in an array of color combinations and will delight! Older hybrids go dormant in summer but many of the newer do not, however, if it is hot, they may choose to take a summer nap. As vigorous growers, it is advisable to dig up the tubers and share with friends and family to contain the spread. Deer resistant and pollinators love them!