Flower NameLilium pensylvanicum
Formal NameLilium pensyvanicum
HabitatJapan, China, Korea and Eastern Siberia
Lilium pensyvanicum or called Siberian lily is a perennial lily of the Liliaceae, the genus Lilium ezoscaciuly species native to the coast of Hokkaido, etc.. Leaves are lanceolate and the bulb is located underground. Orange Cup-like flowers bloom upwards stems end in summer pasture in the mountains of Hokkaido and Northern Honshu and coastal, stretched out straight. Petals are many small orange spots inside for 6 pieces. Flower language is "Interesting".
General name:Lilium pensyvanicum, Scientific name:Lilium pensyvanicum, other name: Ezo-Sukashiyuri, Siberian lily,Lilium pensyvanicum, origin:Hokkaido and Kuril Islands, Sakhalin, China, Korean peninsula, East Siberia, environment: mountains, beaches, height: 20 to 100 cm, living type: perennial, bulb shape: oval, bulb color: white, leaf: lanceolate, petiole:, phyllotaxis: alternate, leaf margin: entire, leaf length: 6-12 cm, leaf width: 1 cm Flower color: Orange petals inside orange spots are many scattered, Star: Cup-shaped flowers up to. Perianth at the base of the piece appear more slender gap, asymmetric flower, flower diameter: 10-13 cm, flower piece: fall lanceolate in in perianth piece 3 and harm perianth piece perianth, 3 piece length: 6 ovary pistil: 6, number of stamens, cm, 3, flowering: mid-June-mid-July, becomes edible fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, uses grasses, bulbs.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeLow mountain Hokkaido
Height20 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter10 ~ 13