Growing Lilies, Tuberoses and Amaryllis

Growing Lilies, Tuberoses and Amaryllis

Harshita Joshi

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Lilies are considered as those cut flowers which enliven the environment by their charismatic appearances with most beautiful colors. It is one of the best flowers planted by most of the gardeners depending on their survival conditions. These are also regarded as addition of personality to the places wherever these are planted be it gardens, or in pots or inside. Besides its decorative qualities, the flowers also have cultural meanings. Tuberose is derived from a Latin word “Tuberosa” which means swollen with the virtue of having tuberous roots that act as a storage organ for the plant during dormancy. It is generally a night blooming and very scented to the extent that almost all gardeners love to plant tuberose in their gardens. Amaryllis is also a commonly grown bulbous flower by the gardeners. The bulb produces large, trumpet shaped flowers which have varied ranges of color from pink, scarlet, apricot to white which look very beautiful with their exotic appearances.
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