- Flower nameLilium maculatum
- Scientific nameLilium maculatum
- Alias透百合, Lilium maculatum, 岩百合, イワユリ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Lilium maculatum
Lilium maculatum、or Sukashiyuri, or Iwayuri (scientific name: Lilium maculatum) is native to Japan and is a perennial of the amily Liliaceae. It is also called Iwayuri. In summer, six petal flowers (actually three petals and three calyxs) with reddish brown spots scattered on a bright orange ground on the coastal rocky or sandy land in a harsh natural environment with strong winds containing salt . The Japanese name comes from the fact that the roots of the petals are thin and gaps are created. Group of Lilium maculatum includes Ezoskashiyuri (Lilium pensylvanicum) and Himeyuri ( Lilium concolor Salisb.).
Common name: Lilium maculatum, Scientific name: Lilium maculatum, Alias: Sukashiyuri, or Iwayuri , Origin: Japan, Plant height: 30-60 cm, leaf shape: needle shape, inflorescence: capitulum, flowering period: June to August, petal color: orange (original species), yellow, white, red, peach (horticulture variety), flower diameter: 10 cm, flower Blooming direction: Upward.