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Alstroemeria in a bouquet with different colors.

Alstroemeria, commonly referred to as the Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas, is a South American genus of about 50 species of flowering plants. They are distinguished by their vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and unique symmetry – each blossom hosts six upswept, tiger-striped petals speckled with dark markings. Alstroemeria is highly sought after in floral arrangements due to its stunning visual appeal and long vase life, often exceeding two weeks. Its vast color spectrum, spanning from the softest whites and pinks to deep oranges and purples, lends itself to a plethora of decorative scenarios, making Alstroemeria a versatile and delightful choice for floral enthusiasts. 

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