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Alstroemeria - Inca flower

Alstroemeria - Inca flower

Alstroemeria is a South American relative of lilies that have a fairly wide habitat - fifty species of this flower grow throughout Latin America - both in the lowlands and in the highlands of the Andes, where the largest number of species grows. These plants prefer moist soil. They can tolerate both heat and light cold - because in the mountains, temperature differences occur. In our online flower shop you can choose alstroemeria to taste.
Of Europeans, the Spanish conquistadors first met this flower in the sixteenth century. They called him the "Inca lily," because he met them on the territory of Peru, which belonged to this ancient people at that time. Thus, ordering this flower at Sale-Flowers.org you can touch a lively story and brag to your friends that you have one of the first flowers discovered by Europeans in South America in your vase.
After the conquest of the Incas, the Spaniards began to grow alstroemeria in Europe, and already there it was revealed to the world by Klaas Alstremer, in whose honor he was named. Some people call alstroemeria a hybrid of lilies with another flower, which is not true. Having presented alstroemeria to your beloved on the anniversary of the relationship or on March 8, you will be able to impress her with a rare and beautiful plant, and using the flower delivery, you will save your own time.