Fritillaria imperialis


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Noun1.Fritillaria imperialis - Eurasian herb with a cluster of leaves and orange-red bell-shaped flowers at the top of the stemFritillaria imperialis - Eurasian herb with a cluster of leaves and orange-red bell-shaped flowers at the top of the stem
checkered lily, fritillary - any liliaceous plant of the genus Fritillaria having nodding variously colored flowers
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If you want a big imposing plant for your borders, little can beat crown imperial or Fritillaria imperialis.
Fritillaria imperialis (Crown imperial or Kaiser's crown) belong to the genus Fritillaria, family Liliacea, is called as Laleh-e-Vajhgoon (reverse tulip) and or gol-e-ashk (tear flower) in Iran.
Accompanying it will be the crown imperial, Fritillaria imperialis, also known as kaiser's crown, which is a majestic tall bulb with lovely nodding yellow bell-shaped flowers.
Accompanying it will be the crown imperial, Fritillaria imperialis, also otherwise known as kaiser's crown, which is a majestic tall bulb with lovely nodding yellow bell-shaped flowers.
Others, such as lilies, especially those that are stem rooting, and fritillaria imperialis with its large yellow flowers, need deep planting covered by 6in of soil.
Petal: a reliable explant for direct bulblet regeneration of endangered wild populations of Fritillaria imperialis L.
A real show-stopper of a bulb is Fritillaria imperialis Aurora, which adds a touch of the tropics to any contemporary garden with its fine orange blooms and grows to around a metre tall, so provides height to any setting.
The steroidal alkaloid ebeinone isolated from Fritillaria imperialis has been shown to inhibit the M2 and M3 type muscarinic receptors (Rahman at el.
PLANT IN THE GARDEN: Far and away the most spectacular, the fritillaria imperialis often graces the front gardens of small cottages where it may have grown for scores of years.