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Eucharis grandiflora

Eucharis grandiflora

Eucharis grandiflora

Eucharis grandiflora

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The Amazon lily (Eucharis grandiflora) belongs to Liliaceae (the Lily family). It is a perennial that is native to the Andes Mountains of Colombia. It grows to about 45 cm tall and has large, ovate leaves that are basal. In early summer, the flower stalks extend to produce white flowers. The flower tube is long and curved, giving it a terminally drooping appearance. It is also known as "Giboushi-suisen" in Japan. 
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Shu Suehiro
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