Peruvian Lily Summer Paradise 'Valley Girl'

Peruvian Lily Summer Paradise 'Valley Girl'

New in 2022.

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Coral pink flowers with a flash of gold at their heart. The flowers cover the compact foliage for months on end and are great for picking. Also known as Tesvalgirl.
Part of the Summer Paradise Valley Series that is renowned for its ease of care and generous nature with flowers from around November to May. The compact, deep green foliage grows well below the starring blooms. Pollinators, florists and gardeners all love these easy plants. Compact and upright with strong stems they are a great choice for gardens or containers.

Flowers galore, who could ask for anything more? Peruvian Lilies bring months of colour to the garden – beginning in late spring or summer they can continue to flower right up to frost. You can pick them along the way to fill your vases and there will still be enough to brighten your beds. Our tip: when picking, it is best to pull them when doing this from the base of the stem to encourage more stems to grow. We also advise this method when pruning spent flowers and foliage.
Alstroemeria, commonly known as Peruvian Lilies are quite hardy and vigorous with a long bloom period, they are a magnet for beneficial insects such as butterflies and bees and will soon have your garden a flutter.
Water in well, plants take at least four to six weeks for their roots to penetrate the surrounding soil and need to be regularly watered over that time, then we recommend keeping moist during active growth to keep them healthy and productive. As they establish they become dry tolerant - they have a fleshy root system that keeps a reserve of moisture. Well drained, humus rich soil conditions are best. Ideally, mulch in spring to protect the root system and help retain moisture. They will be more compact in pots than in gardens.
When growing Peruvian Lilies it is important to ensure they are fertilised well. They grow quickly and flower profusely, so need to be well fed. We recommend a slow release fertiliser in winter and spring. In pots it is most ideal to add a liquid fertiliser every couple of weeks over their flowering period.

Supplied as: Pots
Size: 10cm



Botantical name

Alstroemeria hybrida






Late spring to Autumn


Cool to Sub-Tropical


Australia wide

Frost hardiness



Full Sun to Light Shade

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Water needs