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Plant Genus of the family Liliaceae

Genus Description Cultivation
Aletris
Allium
Amianthium
Anticlea
Asparagus
Bryocles
Camassia
Chamaelirium
Chionodoxa
Chrosperma
Clintonia
Colchicum
Convallaria
Disporum
Dracaena This genus of about 40 perennial herbs and evergreen shrubs or trees, mostly from tropical West Africa, has smooth, glossy, sword-like leaves which are often variegated, and terminal panicles of short-lived flowers. Some species have a spiky growth habit, while others are softer and more shrubby. The fruit is a berry. They are grown for their ornamental value in the garden and many varieties are popular as container plants. CULTIVATION: In the garden, Dracaena species prefer a rich, moist well-drained soil in a protected sunny position, or a standard potting mix in diffused sunlight or full shade. Propagation is from stem or tip cuttings; root cuttings, preferably with bottom heat; or from seed sown in spring.
Endymion
Erythronium
Gagea
Galanthus
Helonias
Hemerocallis
Hosta
Hyacinthoides
Hyacinthus
Hymenocallis
Hypoxis
Leopoldia
Leucojum
Lilium
Liriope
Lycoris
Maianthemum
Medeola
Melanthium
Muscari
Narcissus
Narthecium
Niobe
Nothoscordum
Oakesiella
Oceanorus
Ornithogalum
Pancratium
Polygonatum
Prosartes
Quamasia
Scilla
Smilacina
Stenanthium
Streptopus
Tofieldia
Tortipes
Tovaria
Triantha
Tricyrtis
Trillium
Tulipa
Unifolium
Uvularia
Vagnera
Validallium
Veratrum
Xeniatrum
Zigadenus



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