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Paradise Lily Overview
The genus Paradisea contains 2 clump-forming species in the Asparagaceae family. They are native to upland parts of Europe and spread through rhizomes. Plants have characteristic narrow, grass-like leaves and erect stems carrying trumpet-shaped white flowers in spring and summer. They are cultivated as garden specimens and are commonly known as paradise lily. These species thrive in rich, moist soil and can tolerate sun or shade.
Common problems with Paradise Lily
How to propagate Paradise Lily
Division in spring. After division may not flower for a season.
Seed in autumn.
Special features of Paradise Lily
Other uses of Paradise Lily
Grown for their flowers and foliage.