| Fasciation In Lilies by IRLS Member Mary O'Connor
|FASCIATION: a malformation of plant stems commonly manifested as enlargement and flattening
as if several stems were fused around a single point but instead becomes elongated producing
flattened, ribbon-like, crested, or elaborately contorted tissue.
Any occurrence of fasciation has several possible causes, including hormonal, genetic, bacterial,
fungal, viral and environmental causes.
|Iowa Regional Lily Society (IRLS)
Growing Lilies in Iowa and neighboring states since 1973