giant spear lily

Doryanthes palmeri – Growing Native Plants

Giant Spear Lily. Doryanthes palmeri Benth.. Doryanthes palmeri, commonly called the giant spear lily,is a hardy, low maintenance monocot endemic to north east New South Wales and south east Queensland.It is listed as vulnerable due to the fact that it occurs in so few regions of Australia.

Doryanthes palmeri – Giant Spear Lily – Plant Information

Doryanthes palmeri (Giant Spear Lily) – Large clumping plant with many 8 foot long sword-like, flexible leaves. Summer-blooming large (to 4 inches wide) crimson-red flowers crown the top of flower stalks which barely rise out of the foliage at a diagonal angle to the ground and the flowers are followed by 4 inch long egg-shaped fruit.

Giant Spear Lily – profile | NSW Environment & Heritage

Giant Spear Lily is a large, succulent herb which grows as a rosette. It’s hairless leaves are sword–shaped, and up to 3 m long and 20 cm wide. The flowering stalk is up to 5 m high, and bears numerous much shorter leaves to 30 cm long.

Doryanthes palmeri – Wikipedia

Doryanthes palmeri, also known as the giant spear lily, is one of only two species of plant in the genus Doryanthes and the family Doryanthaceae, both being endemic to eastern Australia. It grows in a rosette and the leaves can reach the length of about 3 m (10 ft).

Family: Doryanthaceae

The Giant Spear Lily – Doryanthes palmeri

The Giant Spear Lily forms a huge rosette of oversized leaves, each of which can eventually reach 12 feet long and 9 inches wide. The flower spikes, which appear from winter through summer, get so heavy they arch downwards.

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Jan 28, 2014 · Giant Spear Lily – Doryanthes palmeri High Definition Video 01 by Laborator TEBA Giant Spear Lily – Doryanthes palmeri Scientific classification: Angiosperms Monocots Order: Asparagales Family

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Plants & Flowers » Giant Spear Lily

Common Names: Gymea Lily, Flame Lily, Giant Lily, Giant Spear Lily Doryanthes excelsa Description: Doryanthes excelsa have big spectacular flower heads, and also clumps of luxurious green leaves that make a fabulous feature in the landscape.

The Giant Spear Lily – Doryanthes palmeri – Germinating seeds

Giant Spear Lily. Doryanthes palmeri . Getting started– Soak the seeds in water for 6-8 hours (not more than 12 hours).Take small containers approximately 3″ …

Giant Spear Lilly

Giant Spear Lillies are known as xerophytes, meaning that they have adapted to dry conditions and do not require much water. Each rosette of the Spear Lilly flowers once in its lifetime, but after flowering, the plant is able to produce more rosettes. Giant Spear Lillies flower in …

Doryanthes Species, Spear Lily, Giant Spear Lily

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Giant Lilies – Fact Sheets – Gardening Australia

Now I’m here to look at 2 of the most recognisable Australian plants that grow on the east coast – our Giant Lilies. the Spear Lily orDoryanthes palmeri. Both are growing here in garden.

Doryanthes palmeri – Giant Spear Lily – 5 seeds

Giant Spear Lily Origin: Australia Description: The Giant Spear Lily produces a beautiful, impressive, up to 5 meters high inflorescence that hangs down by the weight at the end. The bright red flowers grow in clusters and are each around 10 cm.

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