Blackberry Lily is a perennial plant that grows naturally in the grasslands and coasts of the mountains. The leaves are long and fan-shaped, and are said to have been named because they resemble the fan of a courtman. Another name is Karasuugi. .. The flowers bloom around August and are about 5 to 6 cm in diameter. The flower color is orange with red spots and opens radially.
It is easy to understand because it is a one-day flower that blooms in the morning and deflate in the evening.
The seeds are black and shiny.
Dwarf and wide-leaved Dharma dolls are often found. In addition to improved varieties such as yellow flower species, there is also a hybrid “Candy Lily” with iris, which has abundant flower colors.