Lilium martagon

Krans-Lilje (Lilium martagon) er en plante af Lilje-familien med en stiv, opret vækst. På grund af de karakteristiske blomster og den høje vækst regnes den blandt . It has a widespread native region extending from Portugal east through Europe and Asia as far east as Mongolia.

Kranslilje – også kaldet turbanlilje eller martagonlilje (efter dens latinske navn) – ser eksotisk fremmed u men trives bedst i vor nordiske, relative kølighed. Lige nu udsolgt – send os en mail, så vender vi tilbage når vi har den i drivhuset igen! The best known of the European natives, Lilium martagon and its variants have the greatest range of all the species or wild lilies. Winners of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society are the species Lilium Martagon and Lilium Martagon ‘Album’ .

Buy lily Lilium martagon: Delivery by Crocus. Lilium martagon is found in a huge area across Southern Europe from the Iberian peninsula to the Balkans, and from Poland across the . Name also: Turk’s Cap Lily; Family: Lily Family – Liliaceae; Growing forPerennial herb.

The Turk’s Cap Lily of the Swiss Alps. Does best in light soil with added compost. Buy lily Lilium martagon: Delivery by Waitrose Garden in association with Crocus. This easy to grow species lily is a delight in the garden.

In summer mature bulbs can produce from to small pendant blooms that . The Lilium Martagon (Turk’s Cap Lily, Lily of Istanbul, Sultan Lily or Dragon Lily.) grows up to meters and is one of the most beautiful lily flower . See a rich collection of stock images, vectors, or photos for, lilium martagon, you can buy on Shutterstock. Explore quality images, photos, art more. LILIUM MARTAGON ALBUM Common Name: White Turk’s Cap Lily Description: This is the lovely white form of this excellent plant, bearing pendent flowers with . Shades of mauve, pink and purple, spotted with dark red.

This is the Turkscap Lily, cultivated for at least . Explore Tarja Haverinen’s board Lilium martagon on Pinterest, the world’s catalog of ideas. Terry o’quinn, Watercolour and Arabian nights.