Tiger Lily

$799

Tiger Lily

$799

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The Unique Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily is a flowering plant belonging to the lily family, also known as Lilium lancifolium or Lilium tigrinum. Native to East Asia, particularly China, Japan, and Korea, Tiger Lilies are widely cultivated for their beautiful, bright orange flowers with dark spots resembling tiger stripes, hence the name. These flowers are typically large and showy, with six petals arranged in an unusual shape that fans outwards.

Tiger Lilies are herbaceous perennials, meaning they die back to the ground each year but reemerge in the spring from their underground bulbs. They prefer to grow in full sun or partial shade and thrive in well-draining soil with plenty of organic matter. They can be propagated by dividing their bulbs in the fall, a common practice for gardeners looking to propagate these beautiful plants.

The Many Uses Of Tiger Lily

Tiger Lilies have been cultivated for centuries and hold significant cultural and symbolic meanings in many parts of the world. In Japan, Tiger Lilies are often associated with death and are planted in graveyards to honor deceased loved ones. In China, flowers are believed to bring good luck and prosperity and are often featured in art and literature.

Apart from their cultural and symbolic significance, Tiger Lilies also have medicinal properties. For example, they contain colchicine, a potent anti-inflammatory agent for treating gout and other inflammatory conditions. The plant's roots are also believed to have diuretic properties, making them helpful in treating edema and other fluid retention problems.

In addition to their medicinal uses, Tiger Lilies are also used in the cosmetic industry. They are often used in anti-aging creams and other skincare products. The plant's extracts are believed to have an antioxidant that helps to defend the skin from free radical damage and prevent premature aging.

In conclusion, Tiger Lily is a beautiful and culturally significant flowering plant widely cultivated for its striking orange flowers and medicinal properties. Its symbolic meaning and cultural significance make it a popular plant in many parts of the world. Its versatile uses in medicine and cosmetics make it a valuable plant for scientific research and development.

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The bright colors of summer’s perennial flowers blooming everywhere are a delight to the eyes. Year after year, you’ll be surprised when all the color of your summer perennials returns. A splash of color from your summer perennials will liven up your yard, as you approach your driveway.


 Deep blue and lavender perennial flowers are numerous. A native to the southeast is the Hydrangea with large deep blue blooms. Other brilliant blue or lavender flowers are Phlox. Blue Salvia, Veronica spicata, Bellflowers, and a new Echinacea called the Bluebell. 

To add purple to your yard, there is a Salvia flower, Catmint. A few lilac Phlox will also delight the senses. You can find Begonias with bright red blooms, just like the Daylily. A flower that has a deep red wine coloring is the Echinacea. 

Other flowers with red blooms are Coreopsis, Daisy Perennial, Geranium, Hollyhock, Monarda, Poppy, Astilbe Perennial, some Tiger Lilies, and Sedum. To add variety and intensity to your garden add yellow or white flowers between the deeper colored flowers. Alternating the colors will help to brighten and highlight the darker more intense colors you have chosen.

 Begonias also come in yellow, as does the Echinacea. Other yellow flowers that you can plant in your garden include Verbascum, Aurinia montanum, Asclepias tuberosa, Coreopsis, and Black Eyed Susan. 

If you prefer white flowers to accent the deeper colors, add white Daisies, Hibiscus, Columbines, Carnations, or creeping white Phlox will do the trick. Wide varieties of perennials add an endless assortment of colors to any garden.

 Let your imagination go wild when you choose your flowers. You’ll be amazed how easy it is to bring color to your garden.

 

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