- Flower nameFritillaria imperialis
- Scientific nameFritillaria imperialis
- Aliasヨウラクユリ, 瓔珞百合, フリチラリア・インペリアリス, オウカンユリ, 王冠百合, Fritillaria imperialis, Fritillaria
- Place of originsouthern Turkey
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Fritillaria imperialis
Fritillaria imperialis or fritillaria (Generic name: Fritillaria imperialis) is a cold-hardy, semi-vineous bulbous perennial plant of the genus Fritillaria in the family Liliaceae, native to southern Turkey. The fleshy stems emerge from the large bulbs and produce many small flowers in a ring at the end of the stems. In the wild, the small flowers are orange in color with a bell shape and bloom downward. There are also horticultural varieties in yellow and red. Baimo (scientific name: Fritillaria verticillata var. thunbergii) and It is in the same family as black lily (Fritillaria camtschatcensis).
Common name: Fritillaria, Scientific name: Fritillaria imperialis, aks: crown imperial, imperial fritillary, Kaiser's crown, jewel lily, crown lily, Place of origin: Southern Turkey, Grass height: 60-100 cm, Inflorescence Flowering season: March-May, Flower color: orange, yellow, Flower diameter: 4-5 cm, Notes: Poisonous.