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Bomarea acutifolia F&M 130

Bomarea acutifolia F&M 130

From the Sierra Chiconquiaco, Veracruz, Mexico at 1800m. A climbing Alstroemeria relative with terminal clusters of narrow, tubular, bright orange flowers with paler, dark spotted interiors on herbaceous twining stems, reaching 2m + high with suitable support. Very showy scarlet seeds. Best in humus rich soil in sun/semi-shade, mulched over for winter.

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Bomarea caldasii

Bomarea caldasii

A South American, herbaceous twining climber resembling, and closely related to, Alstroemeria, growing 2m + high. Clusters of tubular flowers with flared mouths, borne at the ends of the shoots in late summer, are orange-red on the outside with a yellow interior flecked brown. Mulch over in winter.

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Bomarea multiflora (new)

Seed raised from a plant originally found at 3100m in Ecuador, this is closely related to B. caldasii, though has larger, more crowded heads of orange flowers; the throats a lighter orange with dark speckles. Flowers form at the end of climbing shoots in late summer. A striking and rarely grown climber, best mulched over in winter. Sun.

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