Lycoris (Figure)

The flowering season of Lycoris is in annual summer and autumn seasons. The flowers were born on the branch, arranged as an umbrella, and then shimmering. The wrinkled petals were rolled backwards to form a lantern. Then from the center of the petals like a fountain, seven long core filaments were projected into the surrounding area. Firework like a festive night sky. Especially in the morning sun, the flower of Lycoris radiata contains crystal dewdrops, which are more beautiful and graceful as the breeze sways slightly.

Lycoris is a perennial herbaceous bulb flower commonly known as dragon claw flower, an arrowhead, etc., native to China and distributed in the Yangtze River basin and various provinces and regions in the southwest.

Lycoris are numerous in color, except for the most common rose infrared, as well as white, milky, light clove purple, purple with blue halo, white with red or red, dark red, wheat straw yellow, yellow, dark yellow, Orange, orange, red and other colors. Flowers bisexual, fruits are pods.

Lycoris is the first flower after the flower, can also be potted or hydroponics. When planting potted plants, they can be mixed with along-grass plants and sardine plants, and the flowers and green leaves complement each other. In addition, planting pots should be selected slightly deeper, and the soil for cultivation should be sandy soil rich in humus. Lycoris plantation regardless of season, regardless of plant leaves without leaves, ready to plant, extensive management, very few pests and diseases.

Lycoris flowers can be used as cutting materials, bulbs can be used for pesticides. Amaryllis powder can be used for architectural coatings, Lycorine can be used for medicinal purposes. (Aiguo)

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