What is Lilium medeoloides
Lilium medeoloides is a (Sub) Alpine perennial of the genus Lilium native to Japan and Korea. Flower name comes from the plant of the Lilium family, and this depends on the original wheels radial-spoke leaves to stems with whorls.
✙ Dfference between Lilium medeoloides and Lilium maculatum Thunb
Lilium medeoloides let flowers bloom downward like Lilium lancifolium and Lilium leichtlinii, and the tip of the petal extremely warps.. On the other hand, Lilium maculatum Thunb. blooms upward, and a petal may not extremely warp.
✙Difference between Lilium medeoloides and Lilium lancifolium
In Lilium medeoloides, thre are radial leaves at the central ofthe stem and anther's color is a light orange. On the other hand,Lilium lancifolium's leaves grow each other and anther's color is a dark orange.
General name: Lilium medeoloides, scientific name:Lilium medeoloides, Origin: Hokkaido-Honshu Japan, the Korean peninsula and environment: (sub) Alpine, living type: perennials, plant height: 30-80 cm, with leaves: stems Central whorled, perianth piece color: orange with orange spots scattered, perianth piece: 6 cards the flower size: 5-6 cm, flower length: 6 cm, flowering orientation: up, flowering: July-August, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, fruit shape: lay egg-shaped, fruit length: 2 cm, Bulb color: white, bulb shape: spherical, bulb diameter: 2 cm, uses: ornamental and vegetable (bulb).