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Flowers Index - Amazon Lily

Amazon Lily Info

Amazon Lily is a species of flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae, native to western Colombia and western Ecuador. Amazon lilies produce dark-green, smooth, oblong leaves in lengths ranging from 8 to 36 inches. The shiny leaves originate from the plant's centre and arch upward, only to droop downwards at their tips. White, daffodil-shaped flowers bloom in clusters of three to six on top of thin, 18- to 24-inch long stems.
Flower petals are smooth and stiff, almost waxy to the touch. The flowers release a sweet, pleasant fragrance into the air. Propagation occurs through bulb division.
Amazon lilies need full shade and fertile, moist soil and warm and moist climate.

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