Although it sounds more like a cheap breakfast drink from the 1960s, Alstroemeria 'Tangerine Tango' is actually the latest from the breeding work of Cornell's Mark Bridgen, making it the orange-flowered counterpart to Alstroemeria 'Sweet Laura'. This vigorous grower makes a 3' wide patch, topped with 30" tall spikes that end in clusters of narrow-petaled bright orange flowers, highlighted by a yellow blotch and cinnamon flecks. For us, flowering begins in mid-June and continues all summer...a constant treat for hummingbirds.
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