What is Pinapple Lily
Pineapple lily (scientific name: Eucomis autumnalis) is native to Africa and is semi-cold-resistant perennial (bulbous plant) of the family Asparagaceae. In the locality it grows naturally in riverbanks and wetlands. The Japanese name is Hoshi Moto (Star Hundred Years Blue), but it is rarely used. A large root leaf spreads at the root of the flower stem. In the summer, a long flower inflorescences are extended from the tip of the flower stalk, and a lot of small flowers of the star type bloom. Flower color has white and pale yellow, red purple, green. Flowers bloom as if they climb upwards from below. It is the origin of the flower name that the appearance that green bract leaves attach to the front of the flower stalk as a bundle is similar to Pineapple） .
Common name: Pineapple lily, scientific name: Eucomis autumnalis, Place of origin: Africa, plant height: 30 to 50 cm (small, low seed: Bicolol etc.), 50 to 100 cm (medium and high type, medium high type), flower color: white · light yellow · purple red Light green, flower size: 2 cm, flowering period: July to October.