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Gardeningian

Gardening helps me with my daily deep depression battle. Looking to make new friends. Live in Surrey (UK). Twitter - @IanNatureGarden

Alstroemeria 'Tesronto' (Summer Paradise Series) syn. Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer'

  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2016
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Gardeningian

Morning all! 😊 What a thundery night did not sleep well! #flowers #orange #plants #gardening #rain #thunder #surrey

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mikethegardener

Morning Ian!

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AnkitaPKarthik

Stunning! I have a question though. Why do you guys name your flowers after Indian summer? Indian summer is horrible, hot and dry and just plain torrid! 😉

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Sara

One of my favourite cut flowers. Still waiting for mine to bloom.

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drewneil

Great plant, mine is just in bud here outside Edinburgh.

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kathy

😊super

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tina

Good afternoon @Gardeningian I hope my will be like this they were only plug ones yet

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clickchick

Gorgeous 😀

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richard.spicer.7906

Super colour Ian 😀👍🏼

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KeithofCottingham

Evening Ian want some of those

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Gardeningian

@KeithofCottingham very easy to divide in autumn where abouts do you live?

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KeithofCottingham

Too far away Ian. Sadly. Cottingham, East Yorkshire...thanks for thinking of me. How are you tonight?

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  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2016
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Gardeningian

Love these so underrated in my view #plants #flowers #gardening #surrey #UK #bees #wildlife

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kathy

The bee blends in so well

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jamesshobbs

Lovely photo

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richard.spicer.7906

😀👍🏼

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hsnowdon

Gorgeous! They last so long as a cut flower too 😃 would love to have some in my garden

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Gardeningian

@hsnowdon they are so easy to divide as well. I got another 6 divisions last autumn. Let me know if you want any!

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godfreye

They do brighten the garden 🤗

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Jennys_Garden

Love alstroemerias, once established they spread really well. I have a yellow/orange variety but not sure of the name. Was given a division a few years ago and now it's a huge clump.

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MrsCheerfulGardener

Have some in our back garden we have a beautiful showing every year

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Angels

Lovely colour

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aimsbeex

Ah wow what plants ?

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