- Flowering Time
- Planting Time
- RHS Recommended
- Plants for Pollinators
- Perfect For
- Pots & Tubs
- Small Garden & Balcony
- Flowering Height
- 100-200 cm
- Bulb Size
- Top Size
- Oranges & Yellows
Alstroemeria Aurea Lutea
Bearing clusters of numerous golden-yellow flowers on tall stems, Alstroemeria ‘Aurea Lutea’ makes an excellent cut flower and is brilliant for brightening borders with its rich, sunny tones.
The long-lasting flowers are adored by pollinators and feature pretty freckles on their upper and lower petals. Long, curved stamens give an exotic look to the lily-shaped blooms which appear from June to October.
A hardy and exquisitely beautiful Peruvian lily, Alstroemeria ‘Aurea Lutea’ has been granted an Award of Garden Merit from the RHS for its flawless looks and faultless performance.
For thriving Alstroemeria, choose a sunny location with well-drained, light soil. Plant rhizomes 10-15cm deep and 30cm apart.
Maintain consistent moisture, ensuring the soil remains damp.
A profusion of multi-headed, vibrant blooms appear between June and October which are long-lasting and excellent for cutting. Stems reach 30-120cm in height, depending on variety.
Top dress in spring and once again during the growing season.
Shorter varieties are excellent for container planting.