Other Names, Group: Asiatic Hybrids, Asiatic Lily,
German: Lilie
Czech: lilie
Genus: Lilium, lily
Mature Height: 0.90 m
Bloom in: VIIVIII
Flower Colour: red
Soil Preferred:: humic, penetrability,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: bulb, alternate leaves, lanceolate, type of inflorescence - raceme, group plant, bed plant, attractive flowers, cut plant,

Lilium x hybridum 'Paola'

Lily

flowers

Lilium x hybridum 'Paola'  Lily flowers

Plants of Genus Lilium:

Photo Gallery DF: Lilium x hybridum Paola, Lily, Lilium, lily

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Lilie 'Prince Promise' - LO hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie 'Prince Promise' - LO hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie 'Pink App' - OT hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie 'Pink App' - OT hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie Golem - Asijský hybrid (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie Golem - Asijský hybrid (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie 'Crossover Asijské hybridy nízké' (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie 'Crossover Asijské hybridy nízké' (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie Levi - Asijský hybrid (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie Levi - Asijský hybrid (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie Cancun - Asijské hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie Cancun - Asijské hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie Apricot Joy (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie Apricot Joy (Lilium x hybridum)
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Lilie 'Nettys Pride' - Asijské hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)
Lilie 'Nettys Pride' - Asijské hybridy (Lilium x hybridum)

Forum: Lilium x hybridum Paola, Lily, Lilium, lily

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Spathiphyllum the genus name means, literally, leaf spathe, with spathe defined as A large bract or pair of bracts sheathing a flower cluster, as a spadix. Youre likely to know it as Peace Lily. Its widespread interior use is due to its exceptional acclimation to low light conditions. There are approximately 30 different species of Spathiphyllum, some are native to Central and South America. Interestingly, two species are found on the other side of the world, in Malaysia, and one is native to both Costa Rica AND the Philippines. A fascinating plant that has somehow managed to circle the world long before man discovered its beauty. Wherever it is found, it thrives in the deep shade of the humid tropical rainforest understory. The Peace Lily is very different from many plants used today indoors. They let you know quickly when they are dry by a noticeably droop in the foliage. Theyll bounce back quickly once watered. The proper time to water them is when the leaves start to droop, just a little. ...

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Amazon / imusti: The Flower of Empire An Amazonian Water Lily, The Quest to Make it Bloom, and the World it Created (Tatiana Holway) The Flower of Empire An Amazonian Water Lily, The Quest to Make it Bloom, and the World it Created (Tatiana Holway)

In 1837, while charting the Amazonian country of Guiana for Great Britain, German naturalist Robert Schomburgk discovered an astounding vegetable wonder--a huge water lily whose leaves were five or six feet across and whose flowers were dazzlingly white. In England, a horticultural nation with a mania for gardens and flowers, news of the discovery sparked a race to bring a live specimen back, and to bring it to bloom. In this extraordinary plant, named Victoria regia for the newly crowned queen, the flower-obsessed British had found their beau ideal. In The Flower of Empire, Tatiana Holway tells the story of this magnificent lily, revealing how it touched nearly every aspect of Victorian life, art, and culture. Holways colorful narrative captures the sensation stirred by Victoria regia in England, particularly the intense race among prominent Britons to be the first to coax the flower to bloom. We meet the great botanists of the age, from the legendary Sir Joseph Banks, to Sir William JacksonA Look Inside The Flower of Empire: An Amazonian Water Lily, The Quest to Make it Bloom, and the World it Created [Click Images to Enlarge] The British Empire, later 19th century Queen Victoria, the “Rosebud of England” (The Victoria and Albert Museum, London) The Victoria water lily in cultivation today (Kit Knotts & Victoria-Adventure) The Crystal Palace, erected for the Great Exhibition of 1851 (The Victoria and Albert Museum, London) Victoria Regia, the “Queen of Aquatics” (Courtesy of the Trustees of the National Library of Scotland). Inside the 1851 hothouse of industry (The Victoria and Albert Museum, London) ...

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The John Tradescants, father (1570-1638) and son (1608-1662), were two of the most remarkable and significant gardeners in British history. Working for a series of eminent patrons, including Robert Cecil, Charles I and the Duke of Buckingham, they supervised the creation of some of the greatest gardens of the seventeenth century. Their own botanic garden in Lambeth, south London, became the centre of horticultural interest in Britain. They travelled widely in pursuit of exotic plants, as far as Russia, Algiers and Virginia, and imported many exotic species now commonplace. Keen collectors, their museum of books, coins, weapons, costumes, stuffed animals and curiosities from all over the world, known as The Ark, was the first public museum in Britain and was to form the basis of the Ashmolean in Oxford after the widow of John Tradescant the younger was cheated out of her inheritance.As well as charting the lives and achievements of the Tradescants and providing a vivid picture of this age ...

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