Flower Database

Lilium maculatum

Basic information
Flower Name
Lilium maculatum
Formal Name
Lilium maculatum
Alias
透百合, Lilium maculatum, 岩百合
Habitat
Japan
Morph
perennia plant
Comment
Lilium maculatum、or Sukashiyuri, or Iwayuri (scientific name: Lilium maculatum) is native to Japan and is a perennial of the amily Liliaceae. It is also called Iwayuri. In summer, six petal flowers (actually three petals and three calyxs) with reddish brown spots scattered on a bright orange ground on the coastal rocky or sandy land in a harsh natural environment with strong winds containing salt . The Japanese name comes from the fact that the roots of the petals are thin and gaps are created. Group of Lilium maculatum includes Ezoskashiyuri (Lilium pensylvanicum) and Himeyuri ( Lilium concolor Salisb.).
 
Common name: Lilium maculatum, Scientific name: Lilium maculatum, Alias: Sukashiyuri, or Iwayuri , Origin: Japan, Plant height: 30-60 cm, leaf shape: needle shape, inflorescence: capitulum, flowering period: June to August, petal color: orange (original species), yellow, white, red, peach (horticulture variety), flower diameter: 10 cm, flower Blooming direction: Upward.
Detailed information
Order
Liliales
Family
Liliaceae
Genus
Lilium
Species
L. maculatum
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Head
Petal shape
Lily
Leaf type
Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Beach
Color
Orange
Season
Jun Jul Aug
Height
30  ~ 60  [cm]
Diameter
10  ~ 10