photo from blooming bulbs website
Gloriosa superba in the botanical of Helsinki
Flower of the glory lilly
Plant at full growth
Unopened flowers of the glory lilly
Seerpods ripe and bursting January 2003
Tampa, Fl 6-03
Flame Lily in Singapore, December 1994
Flame Lily in my garden in Victoria, Australia, January 1995
Flower stem backlit detail
Gloriosa Lily grown (but not hardy) in Los Alamos, New Mexico
Gloriosa Lily, Seedling Id. I planted the whole berries. Planted Fresh, just covered with soil and kept damp in temps 80°F+ took 30-45 days for germination.
Gloriosa Lily, Berries on the vine (which hold the seeds). There is one seed per berry. I planted the whole berry, fresh off the vine. Germination in 30-45 days in very warm temps (80°F for lows).
Here is a group of Seedlings of various ages. If you didn't know what they were, they look like inch vine starting.
I dug these yesterday as the vines were beginning to die back -- the fatest is 1-1/2" wide while the longest piece is just under 1 foot long.
containers at night
shows new flower, buds, and tendrils used for climbing
Pat's Gloriosa Lily abloom in late March
The varying colours of the Gloriosa Lily
The interestingly shaped flowers
The green bud
Palmers Garden Centre in Tauranga, NZ
Anne's first Gloriosa season today in her Waihi garden, NZ