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Pineapple lily leaves and flower stems have turned to complete mush now. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In spring the bell flowers are small and arranged round a slender stem like a lily of the valley. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How do I look after a peace lily plant? The Sun (2016)Twelve schools have now received bulbs of tree lilies. The Sun (2016)Moments earlier a bouquet of white roses and lilies were delivered to the house. The Sun (2010)Last night a bunch of white lilies had been placed at the front door. The Sun (2009)Just two arrangements of white lilies and greenery were at the foot of the lectern. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Along the sides were six standing sprays of white lilies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Pineapple lilies will flower for months. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tree lilies planted now will have taller, thicker stems and more flowers next year. The Sun (2013)To the east the house looks out over the typically Edwardian sunken garden with a lily pond. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She sees a valley full of lilies, and she is just one of them. Christianity Today (2000)With their strong stems, day lilies are looking particularly impressive this year. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Last week we offered 5,000 free lily bulbs to schools online so check out our website. The Sun (2012)She chose stunning lily of the valley blooms for her 2011 wedding. The Sun (2014)Here are some great tree lily bulb offers - they make popular gifts. The Sun (2011)She was so pleased with our lily bulbs offer last year that she wrote in to tell us how thrilled she was with them. The Sun (2008)You'll be able to admire the extensive rose garden and visit the hothouse that looks over a lily pond. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They attack your plants annually if not dealt with - and other plants in the lily family, too. The Sun (2006)The spa here is sensational, a tranquil environment centred on a peaceful quad with a pond full of lily pads that draws in tropical birds and butterflies. The Sun (2014)There are just under nine and a half acres of grounds, mostly formal gardens, including a lily pond and croquet lawn. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A Yes, they are very fragrant and smell of lily of the valley. The Sun (2008)When the lilies have finished flowering, I cut off dead flowers and let the foliage die down naturally. Times, Sunday Times (2007)HOW can I stop red beetles eating my lily plants? The Sun (2011)WHAT do I do with tree lilies after flowering? The Sun (2012)

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Inglés británico: lily /ˈlɪlɪ/ NOUN
A lily is a plant with large sweet-smelling flowers.
  • Inglés americano: lily
  • Árabe: زِنْبَقَةٌ
  • Portugués brasileño: lírio
  • Chino: 百合花
  • Croata: ljiljan
  • Checo: lilie
  • Danés: lilje
  • Holandés: lelie
  • Español europeo: azucena
  • Finlandés: lilja
  • Francés: lys
  • Alemán: Lilie
  • Griego: κρίνος
  • Italiano: giglio
  • Japonés: ユリ
  • Coreano: 백합
  • Noruego: lilje
  • Polaco: lilia
  • Portugués: lírio
  • Rumano: crin
  • Ruso: лилия
  • Español: azucena
  • Sueco: lilja
  • Tailandés: ดอกลิลลี่
  • Turco: zambak
  • Ucraniano: лілея
  • Vietnamita: hoa loa kèn

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