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|Family: Lily Family (Liliaceae) |
Other Names: common daylily, daylily, Eve's thread, orange daylily, tawny orange lily.
Origin and Distribution: Tawny daylily is a hybrid member of a genus native to the temperate regions of Asia. Legend indicates that it was brought to North America by sea captains, who presented the flowers to their wives after traveling the Orient. Following its introduction, tawny daylily was widely cultivated in North American gardens, and escaped plants may now be found scattered throughout temperate regions of the continent. Tawny daylily is especially troublesome in the northeastern U.S. It is common throughout Ohio, and can be found growing weedy along roadsides and banks, and in neglected meadows and other waste areas. Plants grow best in rich, damp, gravelly soil, and can tolerate full sun to partial shade.
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- [2015-07-16 15:23]
Salut John,une perspective courageuse et gagnante,quelque partie est pas bien detaillee' mais j'aime ta choix originale pour nour montrer ce lulium! Belle journee' et merci,Luciano