Hemerocallis middendorffii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hemerocallis middendorfii is one of the species commonly known as day lilies.

Hemerocallis middendorfii It is a herbaceous, perennial and rhizomatous species belonging to the family Xanthorrhoeaceae. This plant is native to Russia, Japan and Korea, and is characterized by its intense yellow flowers.

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Hemerocallis middendorfii, plant. Hemerocallis middendorfii plants have been shown to be very effective in the treatment of hemorrhages, >

Plants and edible flowers that you can find in Mexico and how to prepare them. - Matador Spanish
Their strong taste - similar to the one of the meat they say - has made these flowers remain in the taste of those who test them. The nopal is that plant that is represented in the Mexican national shield, but also plays an important role in our gastronomy.

Hemerocallis middendorfii inflorescence and flower. Hemerocallis middendorfii is a herbaceous, perennial, deciduous, rhizomatous plant with thickened roots.

The bluish-green leaves are up to 1.5 cm wide. The flowers are fragrance-free, dish-shaped, intense yellow in color and up to 8 cm in diameter. The tepalos are united in the base forming a short tube of 1,2 cm in length. The outer tepals are elliptical and the interiors are spatulate. The flowers are gathered at the extremity of a bracteado scape of up to 9 dm of height, without ramifications. The bracts are oval and overlap at the base.

It is used in gardening and landscaping as it provides color and contrast in perennial plant beds when grown in groups. In large parks, it is effective also to solve the erosion cultivating it in the slopes. Asismismo, even when the plants are not in flowering, the leaves provide an elegant foliage, color and texture in the evergreens.