Lilium michauxii (red-spotted leaves)



Lilium michauxii Poiret 1813

Southern Virginia to the Florida Panhandle in the south to eastern Texas in the west. The first plants which were described have been found in Carolina, that´s why named the Carolina-lily.

Laboratory´s comment
We selected a few seedlings which appear with red-spotted leaves which seems an unusual mutation. These have been tc-ed successfully.

image in courtesy of Gordon Hogenson

sowing Lilium michauxii # 6 FCa ´04.18 (Lmich7)
Source: F. Carl, USA
25% of germination, seedlings
selection according to dotted leaves

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