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*Light - (photosynthesis, photoperiodic responses):
 
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*Temperature (recommended/necessary for different growth stages or growth regulation)
 
*Temperature (recommended/necessary for different growth stages or growth regulation)
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*Nutrition
 
*Nutrition

Revision as of 13:56, 6 July 2017


YoungEasterLilly.sized.jpg Scientific name: Lilium longiflorum Thunb.

I. Botany/History

  • Family: Liliaceae.
  • Growth Habit: Perennial from bulb.
  • Origin: Native habitat - Southern Japanese and neighboring islands ≈ latitude 30° N (New Orleans).
  • Development:
  • Key People:

Chadwick_Laurie_Kip.sized.jpg

II. Uses

  • Pots
  • Cut flowers
  • Bulbs
  • Bedding plants


III. Propagation

  • Sexual
  • Asexual


IV. Growing/Flowering

  • Light - (photosynthesis, photoperiodic responses):

ELilyNoLight.sized.jpg No light

  • Temperature (recommended/necessary for different growth stages or growth regulation)

DIF_EasterLilies_1.sized.jpg DIF & Easter Lilies

  • Water
  • Nutrition
  • Media/Potting/Planting
  • Atmosphere
  • Growth Regulation (chemical, environmental, etc.)


V. Special Considerations - (special timing or growing techniques, idiosyncraces, etc.)


VI Disorders

  • Insect
  • Disease
  • Physiological


VII. Marketing and Grading

  • Areas of production in U.S.

ELillyMature3.sized.jpg

  • Specific dates or holidays if applicable


VIII. Postharvest Handling


IX. Cultivars


X. References