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Suculentas \ Liliaceae

Liliaceae


Etymology: Lilium family.
Origin: Present in all areas unfrozen earth.

This is an important family of silvers therefore be practically extended by all unfrozen areas of the world such as covering some 4,000 species. It presents the most varied aspects, of which only a small portion is bulbous and succulent.
Specimens grown in full sun and little water.
Specimens grown in full sun and little water.

Principales Taxones:
Aloe

Aloe


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Drimiopsis (Lindl. & Paxton)

Drimiopsis (Lindl. & Paxton)


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Gasteria

Gasteria


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Haworthia

Haworthia

Etymology: In honor of the English botanist Adrian Haworth.

Small and relatively easy to grow have a huge variety of ways which makes them an exciting genre. Leer Más

ledebouria

ledebouria

Origin: Southern hemisphere, especially in India, Madagascar and South Africa.

Recently scilla gender split is formed by plants that form a small size of small bulbs tillers, often protruding from the earth, which gives them a very attractive appearance. Leer Más

Scilla

Scilla


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Otros Taxones:
Agapanthus
Allium
Anthericum
Aphyllanthes
Asparagus
Asphodelus
Aspidistra
Bellevalia
Brimeura
Bulbocodium
Convallaria
Cordyline
Dipcadi
Endymion
Erythronium
Fritillaria
Gagea
Hemerocallis
Hyacinthus
Lilium
Maianthemum
Merendera
Muscari
Narthecium
Nothoscordum
Paradisea
Polygonatum
Ruscus
Simethis
Smilax
Streptopus
Tofieldia
Tulipa
Urginea
Veratrum