Many wild species lilies are very decorative, resistant to diseases and unfavorable soil and climatic conditions, most of them widely cultivated in floriculture.
By crossing species lilies, a large number of new varieties and hybrids, which continues to grow each year and currently there are more than two thousand, so it was necessary to classify them. Since 1968, operates an international classification of hybrid lilies on which they combined into 8 sections.
Asiatic hybrids descended from the Asian species: l. tiger, drooping, David, Maksimovic, medeolovidnoy, pleasant lukovichkonosnoy, monochrome, dwarf.
Depending on the arrangement of flowers section is divided into three subsections: 1st -flowers point upwards; 2nd -the flowers are directed towards; 3rd -flowers pointing downward. This is the most unpretentious culture prefer a neutral or slightly acidic, fertile soil. Frost-resistant to viral diseases and fungal slightly damaged.
Campion, Adonis, Dawn Lychnis L.. Family Caryophyllaceae Caryophyllaceae Juss .. The genus contains 35 species. Motherland -the Northern Hemisphere. Rhizomatous perennial. Stems erect, up to 100 cm tall, many ending corymbose inflorescences, leaves, ovate -or oblong-lanceolate. The plant is pubescent. The flowers are bright red, white, pink, yellow. Seeds reniform, dark brown. Propagated by seeds and vegetatively. Seeds are sown in spring ridge outdoors. Vegetative propagation by cuttings and division bush carried out in spring. Winter-hardy, undemanding, prefers open, sunny areas with moderate humidity. During the growing season spend two dressing fertilizers. The most common types of the following:
liter. haltsedonsky or Dawn L. chalcedonica L.. plant up to 1 m fiery red flowers with a diameter of up to 3 cm in diameter capitate inflorescences 7-10 cm Flowering from June to September when removing faded blossoms;
liter. Brilliant L. fulgens Tisch .. Stem height 30-40 cm Leaves oblong-ovate. Fiery red flowers, 5 cm in diameter, are collected in corymbose-capitate inflorescences. Used for planting groups and shear.