Angiosperms - Monocots
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Updated on 16/04/2021
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Lilium sp. belongs to the Family Liliaceae. Most species are native to the temperate northern hemisphere. They are perennial herbs from bulbs, commonly used as an ornamental plant, however, some species are toxic to cats. They have simple, alternate leaves. For flowers, they have a wide range of colours, like white, pink, yellow, red etc. They are bisexual, with one style and 6 stamens. Their ovaries are superior and they have 6 tepals arranged in two layers. Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilium#Distribution_and_habitat
Thanks for your input. Clear description.
The photo doesn't show the alternate leaves clearly. For other tags, they are not on the given list of feature descriptions.
Wikipedia is not a good academic reference, though it is an excellent starting point for searching info.
tepals in two layers
petal , sepal , pileus , suspensor , stipe , sporangium , Labellum , columella , zygosporangium , sporangiophore
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