Beneficial members: 1: onion, shallot, garlic, and chives 2: colchicine and red squill 3: day lily, tulip, and solomon’s seal. Characteristics of Liliaceae : Leaves: 1:often long and thin with parallel veins
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1: onion, shallot, garlic, and chives
2: colchicine and red squill
3: day lily, tulip, and solomon’s seal
Characteristics of Liliaceae:
1:often long and thin with parallel veins
Flowers: often borne in racemes, 2:they usually have sex petals which may be joined.
3:Nearly always 6 stamens.
4:Seeds: the ovary has 3 chambers.
5:Seeds are arranged in two rows in each chamber.
2: lily of the valley
3: star of bethlehem
4: death camas
Members of the family tend to have:
2: long, thin leaves
3: 6 petals
4: 6 stamens
The liliaceae: are monocotyledons which means they have only one see leaf.
Liliaceae are mostly perennial herbs from starchy rhizomes, corms, or bulbs compromising 280 genera and 4,000 species.
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