Lily

The lily is a perennial herbaceous, bulbous plant, 90-170 cm high. One of the oldest ornamental plants that is grown in the garden, and is also used in floriculture as cut flowers.

Lilies have large flowers of various colors, which are a decoration for the garden. There are 7 basic types of this flower.

Lily

The lily tree is smooth and has no leaves at the top. It can grow to a height of 50 to 80 cm, depending on the species. The lily blooms from June to September, and some lilies bloom later. It is best to plant them in the fall or early spring. If they are planted in the garden then it is best in the fall.

The flowers are of different shapes, sizes and colors - they can be bell-shaped or funnel-shaped, simple or double, yellow, white, orange, colorful, red, spotted, purple…

Lilies are planted from the bulb. It is best to plant several bulbs next to each other, at a distance of about 30 cm. It is specific for this flower that it likes its root to be in the shade, and the flower in direct sunlight, because that is how they grow best, but you should take care that it is protected from direct afternoon sun. That is why it is important to choose the right place for now.

The symbolism of the lily depends on its color. The white lily symbolizes purity and sublimity, beauty, salvation and happiness, which is why it is often a part of wedding decorations. Yellow lilies are a symbol of lies and jealousy. Purple lilies signify happiness.