Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Bomarea acutifolia.
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Plants are possibly hardy in the milder areas of Britain. They prefer a minimum night temperature of 10°c. Keep the plants almost dry in winter and apply a good thick organic mulch to the roots. The mulch should be removed as growth commences in the spring because the young shoots are very susceptible to slug damage[K].This genus is closely related to Alstroemeria species. The plant is closely related to B. shuttleworthi.
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