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Lilium orientalis, Azucena. C17

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Lirium Orientalis belongs to the family Liliaceae, which includes more than 100 species of bulbous plants native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. 

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This plant is commonly known as lily and oriental lily. This species comes from Korea and Japan.
They are bulbous plants with erect stems and scaly, egg-shaped bulbs, reaching 1 metre in height. The leaves are lanceolate and deep green. The large, fragrant flowers are up to 30 cm in diameter and can be white, pink or multi-coloured. They flower in summer and early autumn.
They are used in borders, in flowerbeds, in pots for patios, terraces and balconies and as cut flowers.
This plant prefers a well-lit exposure but without direct sun in the central hours of the day. It withstands occasional frosts down to -3°C, in regions with severe frosts the bulbs should be dug up.
The soil can be normal garden soil with a little coarse sand and plenty of organic matter. Planting is done in late winter. Plant at a depth of 15-20 cm and at a distance of 30 cm between each plant.
It is advisable to water regularly to keep the soil slightly damp (2-3 times a week in summer); waterlogging can cause the bulb to rot. They do not withstand drought.
Fertilise every 15 days with mineral fertiliser for bulbous plants in spring and summer.
It is advisable to prune the stems after flowering and leave the bulbs in the ground.
Beware of aphids if they suffer from drought and fungus if there is excessive watering.
It is a plant that is propagated by separating bulblets at the end of winter or at the beginning of spring.
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Lirium Orientalis belongs to the family Liliaceae, which includes more than 100 species of bulbous plants native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. 

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