Glory Lily

Project Profile
  • Gloriosa is a genus of five or six species in the plant family Colchicaceae.
  • Gloriosa superba is a striking tuberous climbing plant with brilliant wavy-edged yellow and red flowers.
  • They have showy flowers, distinctive because of their pronouncedly reflexed 
    petals, like a Turk’s cap lily, ranging in colour from a greenish-yellow through yellow, orange, red and sometimes even a deep pinkish-red.
  • The plant grows in sandy-loam soil in the mixed deciduous forests in sunny positions. It is very tolerant of nutrient-poor soils.
  • It occurs in thickets, forest edges and boundaries of cultivated areas in warm countries up to a height of 2530m.
  • In Ayurveda and Yunani systems of medicine it is a reputed medicine. According to 
    Ayurveda, tuber is pungent, bitter, acrid, heating, anthemirtic, laxative, alexiteric, abortifacient, and useful in ulcers, leprosy, piles, iflommations, abdominal pains, itching and thirst.
  • G. superba is the national flower of Zimbabwe, and was the national flower of Rhodesia.It is also the state flower of Tamil Nadu state in India .
  • Gloriosa
  • Gloriosa superba
  • Glory Lily or Kalihari
  • Floridata: Gloriosa superba
  • Climbing lily
  • Gloriosa superba Plant profile


  • Kalihari propagation
  • Micropropagation of Gloriosa superba L. Through High Frequency Shoot Proliferation
  • Propagating from seed
  • Significance of sequential opening of flowers in Gloriosa superba L.
  • Gloriosa superba cultivation
  • Commercial Gloriosa Lily growing information

Company Profiles and Consultants

  • Company in India
  • Company in Sivakasi
  • Company in Texas
  • Expert Curriculum vitae
  • Gloriosa Superba Manufacturers & Suppliers
  • Gloriosa superba Suppliers
  • Exporters of gloriosa superba
  • The application of ethanol- extracted Gloriosa supersa for metaphase chromosome preparation in Mosquitos
  • Optimization of DNA isolation and PCR protocol for RAPD analysis of selected medicinal and aromatic plants of conservation concern from Peninsular India
  • Properties of Gloriosa superba
  • Plant Products as Antimicrobial Agents
  • Biological Screening of Medicinal Plants Collected from Eastern Ghats of India Using Artemia salina
  • Endangered medicinal plant species in Himachal Pradesh
  • Glory lily brings in good revenue for ryots
  • Biologically active natural products
  • Bioactive Phytocompounds: New Approaches in the Phytosciences
  • Poisoning by Glory lily - A case report
  • Tissue Culture studies in Gloriosa superba L.