Inca marmalade

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When compared to Indian Summer marmalade is a shade also deeper and the yellow middle is more vivid, other than this we know very little about this variety as we have yet to grow it at our nursery. From the pictures, you will see that the leaves have a red flush on them when the shoots are young which might be more intense in the autumn. Fully hardy in all but the very coldest areas but as with all Alstroemeria they dislike being waterlogged.

The next batch of plants will be ready for shipping from mid-June plants, grown in 11cm pots that can be planted straight outside. Plants will also be available on a cash-and-carry basis from our Nursery during our open weekends which we plan to run from the middle of May until June, we will also have Dahlia plants available at the same time if you have signed up for our newsletter we will let you know the exact dates.

2025 Available as jumbo plugs and plants in 11cm pots from mid-May.

We only supply Jumbo plugs in March they are a good way to save money for experienced gardeners who can grow them in a heated greenhouse, but they are not suitable for planting straight outside. We recommend planting them into 11cm pots upon arrival and keeping them at a minimum temperature of 12c, by around the middle of May they should be ready for planting outside.

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