"Popularly known as Azucena, the Lilium is a bulbous, herbaceous perennial plant with scaly bulbs."
The genus Lilium comprises about 100 species that together are present in extensive temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. Of these, about twelve are indigenous to Europe, two from North America and about sixty from Asia.

Each Lilium stem usually has large flower buds that, when blooming, offer huge flowers of pure or varied colors and a powerful perfume depending on the species and variety. This aroma can become so intense that it can even be uncomfortable if your flowers are placed in a small room. As an advantage, they will set any room where the bouquet is placed.

Lilium flowers have an aristocratic bearing, elegance, finesse and a slender architecture, achieving prominence on their own.