The Eremurus or eremoro is a bulbous variety native to Central Asia belonging to the Liliaceae family. Its bulb is characterized by being a tuberous root that has 2 or 3 buds. The hermit genus has about 30 different species inside, united by a certain rusticity that makes them easily cultivable.
This genus of plant is commonly called with the name candle of the desert, a name deriving from its particular shape. It is in fact a variety characterized by rather showy inflorescences, composed of numerous small flowers that come together in a pointed spike-shaped inflorescence. The flowers can take on different colors such as yellow, red, pink or orange. The leaves are sage green. The hermitage plant can grow up to 2 meters and its flowers also reach 60 cm in length. The flowering of this kind of bulb is summer.
The flowers of eremurus they are very small, gathered in pointed panicle inflorescences. The colors can be different: pink, brick red, orange, yellow and vanilla. The flowers of the Eremurus can be 30 to 60 cm long. They have no fragrance. The flowering period is summer. They are very particular inflorescences that can be indicated to create particular spots of color in any garden.