The Astonishingly Beautiful Achimenes Lilies

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Astonishingly Beautiful Achimenes Lilies

Specfications Of Achimenes Lilies:

Scientific name: Achimenes grandiflora

Common Names: Cord Violet

Family: Gesneriaceae

Class: Perennial flowers

Climate: Equatorial, subtropical, tropical

Origin: North America, Mexico

Height: less than 15 cm

Brightness: Diffuse light, partial shade

The Astonishingly Beautiful achimenes Lilies Urban PlantsAstonishingly achimenes lilies have a unique, thick stem and leaves that are very different from other lilies. Flowers are white and have a light yellow center. Archimidies can grow up to six inches in diameter, with the flowers reaching around three inches. These flowers are available in many colors, but the most popular is achimenes pink.

Achimenes longiflora lilies are a truly stunning flower that is native to The pendant violet is a flowering and rhizomatous herbaceous plant. Leaves are small, ovate, with jagged edges, well-marked veins and can be green or tan-green. The reddish leaves and branches are pubescent, giving them a velvety texture. In summer, it bears numerous tubular or trumpet-shaped flowers, in shades of white, yellow, pink, red, violet and blue. The pendant violet is a beautiful and voluminous flowering plant to plant in large hanging baskets and planters.

It is also an excellent plant to grow on balconies, as it appreciates the morning or late afternoon sun, not just tolerating the strong midday sun. It adapts to a variety of climates, from the equatorial to the subtropical, withstanding periods of cold. Should be grown in partial shade, in a sandy, fertile, well-draining substrate, enriched with organic matter and irrigated regularly.The Astonishingly Beautiful achimenes Lilies Urban Plants

In autumn we must reduce watering until it goes into dormancy, when it loses its foliage, and in this period watering must be suspended until early spring. During the vegetative dormancy, we can harvest the rhizomes to plant later or leave them buried, as long as they remain dry. It multiplies by seeds and mainly by dividing the rhizome during the winter.

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