1. any of various South American plants of the genus Alstroemeria valued for their handsome umbels of beautiful flowers
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  • Some of the best and most widely adapted annual cut flowers with the longest vase life include alstroemeria, aster, celosia, cosmos, gypsophila, lavatera, rudbeckia, scabiosa, snapdragon, statice, sunflower, yarrow, and zinnia.
  • Another flower, alstroemeria, responds to having its stubble burned.
  • The allergen in alstroemeria is an enzyme called tuliposide, which reaches the skin through newly damaged bulbs and stems of the flower. EHow - Health How To's
  • Although I'll bet Dominic didn't choose the alstroemeria on its meaning, it's definitely similar to his life and personality.
  • The garden is actually getting rather tired as the summer progresses, but I still have yellow loosestrife, some alstroemeria, alchemilla mollis (ladies' mantle), meadow-sweet, astrantia (this year for the first time in more than one colour), red and white valerian, lavender, veronica and butterfly blue scabious. Weekend pleasures
  • Florists, gardeners and flower arrangers are most at risk of developing an allergic response to alstroemeria, though a publication in PubMed states this occurs only in small numbers of florists. EHow - Health How To's
  • The best choices include abutilon, agastache, alstroemeria, bee balm, cestrum, cleome, coral bells, fuchsia, honeysuckle, lion's tail, penstemon, red-flowered perennial lobelia, salvia, and zauschneria.
  • Apart from the glasshouses of alstroemeria plants, hardly any artificial light is visible. Country diary
  • Fairtrade Scented Peach arrangement £37; evokes the feeling of a wild garden on a sunny afternoon, packed with fragranced Ambiance roses, alstroemeria, gypsphila and Cinderella pink lisianthus. Archive 2008-02-01
  • In the perennial gardens, the use of colorful and fragrant plants, including gladiolus, iris, tuberose and alstroemeria, is abundant.
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