What Is A Lily Flower? -

What Is A Lily Flower?

What Is A Lily Flower?

Lily Flower’s sciencefic name is Lilium and a genus of herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs, all with large prominent flowers. They are the true lilies. Lilies are a group of flowering plants which are important in culture and literature in much of the world. Most species are native to the temperate northern hemisphere, though their range extends into the northern subtropics. Many other plants have “lily” in their common names, but do not belong to the same genus and are therefore not true lilies.

 

The flowers of some species are quite fragrant, and they occur in a wide variety of colours. Plants of most species range in height from 30 to 120 cm (1 to 4 feet); plants of certain species, however, exceed 2.5 metres (8 feet) in height.

 

How To Plant Lily ?

 

Lilies are usually raised from bulbs, but they can be grown from seed.

 

Best Time To Plant Lily :

 

Though lilies may be planted in spring or fall, most commercial growers don’t harvest their lily bulbs until early fall. For this reason, they hold the bulbs in coolers for the winter and make them available for purchase in spring.

 

How Much Sun Does Lily Need?

 

Different species vary in the amount of sunlight they require. Lilies should be planted where they can get full sun or at least half day sun. In hot climates they appreciate being shaded from afternoon heat.

 

What is Ideal Soil For Lily flower?

 

Like most bulbs, lilies will not tolerate soggy soil. Other than that, any good garden soil is fine. At planting time, mix in some shredded leaves or other organic matter to encourage strong root growth and help keep the soil lightly moist. In dry climates, mulching the soil surface will reduce moisture loss and keep the soil cooler.

 

Caring Tips Of Lily Flower Plant:

 

Unlike tulips and daffodils, lily bulbs do not have a protective covering. For this reason, it’s important to plant lilies as soon as possible, so they don’t dry out. When planting, handle them gently to avoid breaking off the scales. A little mold on the outer scales is normal and no cause for worry.

 

Lily is used as home remedies for

 

Lily is used for heart problems including heart failure and irregular heartbeat. It is also used for urinary tract infections, kidney stones, weak contractions in labor, epilepsy, fluid retention (edema), strokes and resulting paralysis, eye infections (conjunctivitis), and leprosy.

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