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A must-grow plant for late summer to fall blooms.
Tricyrtis flowers, commonly called toad lily, are most unusual with small sepals often spotted like toads. Native to Taiwan and hardy in zones 4-9, these plants can naturalize over time, forming upright stems from underground rhizomes. The lance-shape leaves are glossy, bright green with parallel veins and hairy undersides that often have a beautiful striped appearance. Plant in full sun to part shade. Provide steady moisture until well-established.
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Slow growThis little beauty looked great in the catalog but is taking forever to grow. It is the slowest growing plant I have ever seen. I do hope the bloom will be worth the wait. Planted as instructed. It has about 5 leaves and is only about an inch and a half tall. I am hopeful, maybe it didn't like the late May snowfall and the excessive heat we've had lately.