Perhaps one of the more “ancient” species that blossom in Camp Phillips, these lilies are part of the genus Lilium – herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs.
Posted by theseasidehermit on May 26, 2011 in Bukidnon Flowers and tagged Bukidnon, Camp Phillips, postaday2011, sustainable living.
I didn’t know they’re called Lirios! I have a few of these red ones in my garden, some pure white ones and some striped pink-white ones too. I planted them in pots so that I can arrange and display them openly when they’re in bloom and then move them away somewhere when all their flowers are gone.
that is a nice idea – that way u can move around the flowering plants for decorations…i will certainly try it at home…we usually plant lirios in the ground
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