Lilium bulbiferum

Lilium bulbiferum

  • Lilium bulbiferum
  • Lilium bulbiferum
  • Flower name
    Lilium bulbiferum
  • Scientific name
    Lilium bulbiferum
  • AliasOrange lily, リリウム・ブルビフェラム, Fire Lily, ファイアリリー
  • Place of originmountainous areas of south-central Europe
  • Place of floweringOverseas
  • Flowering seasonMay, June, July

What is Lilium bulbiferum

Lilium bulbiferum or Orange lily(Lilium bulbiferum)Orange lily (scientific name: Lilium bulbiferum) is a perennial bulbous plant of the lily family, Liliaceae, native to the mountainous regions of south-central Europe. It grows wild in subalpine meadows and rocky areas from the foot of the European Alps to altitudes below 1,900 meters. It is also called 'Fire Lily' because of the burning orange color of its flowers. It is dioecious and produces 6 to 7 trumpet-shaped, dark orange flowers from May to July from the leaf axils on upright stems. The genus name, Lilium, refers to the lily genus, and the species subname, ''bulliferum,'' means ''bulb-bearing,'' referring to the secondary bulb on the stem. Unfortunately, the whole plant is toxic to cats.

Common name: Lilium bulbiferum, scientific name: Lilium bulbiferum, also known as Fire Lily, Orange lily, origin: mountainous areas of south-central Europe, grass: 20-120 cm, life form: bulbous plant, leaf shape: Flowering season: May to July, Usage: garden plant, cut flower, Note: Harmful to cats.

  • Order
  • Family
  • Genus
  • Species
    L. bulbiferum
  • Type of flower
  • Array of flower
  • Petal shape
  • Leaf type
  • Edge of the leaf
  • Life type perennial bulbous plant
  • Flower colorsOrange
  • Colors of the leavesGreen
  • Fruit color
  • Height20.0 ~ 120.0 cm
  • Diameter of flower10.0 ~ 20.0 cm

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