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  1. Do they grow in the wilderness in your area!? these are such beautiful flowers. In Europe you see them most often in bouquets and gardens :-) Posted 6 months ago
    1. It grows naturally at forest side habitat but only in two spots it is recorded , its under conservation of rangers , for years it was considered endemic to Iran until it founded in Azerbaijan. The blooming season is second half of May only for two weeks. Posted 6 months ago, modified 6 months ago
      1. Oh, nice! I like the fact that is being protected. Then is one of these rare sightings that is highly appreciated by those who have the good luck to find it..and we are lucky that you have now shared it with us :-) Posted 6 months ago

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Lilium ledebourii is a rare Asian species of plants in the Lily family. It was named for German-Estonian botanist Carl Friedrich von Ledebour . Its native range is the Talish region of Azerbaijan, and Damasch in the Amarlu region of Iran.

''Lilium ledebourii'' flowers from the middle of May until the end of May. The Damasch region is protected by the Department of Environment of Iran. The flower is called ''Sousan-e Chehel Cheraagh'' in Iran and the local area and its appearance is one.. more

Similar species: Liliales
Species identified by MohammadReza Ehssani
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Uploaded Jul 7, 2020. Captured in Gilan Province, Northern Amarlu Rd, Iran.