Hello Nhu, great additions of bulbs and not bulbs. Among them, Alstroemeria isabelliana is a marsh plant with a twining stem that clings to nearby erect vegetation. It has an autumn, winter, spring cycle and is dormant in summer. Flowering is in spring. The "soil" is the foulest smelling muck. It will sound strange there is an aquatic Alstroemeria. Second, the second pic of Alstroemeria psittacina shows the virused variegated form. There is a healthy extremely robust form in cultivation with variegated edges.