Peruvian Lily is a beautiful flower native to the Andes Mountains of Peru, popular for bouquets, table arrangements, and wedding decorations.
Alstroemeria aurea has six petals, each of which is a different color. The petals are usually yellow, orange, pink, red, white, and purple. The center of the flower is a colorful cluster of yellow and orange stamens, which make the flower easy to identify. The leaves are glossy green and grow in a fan-like pattern. Its Latin name comes from the Swedish botanist Baron Klas von Alströmer.