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Notes About :Tricyrtis

Deservedly becoming a popular group of plants, with flowers compared by many to orchids. For me they still resemble passion flowers, with similar stigmas. They like a moist, humusy soil in light shade to deep shade.

Pot Size Zone ? Season Exposure Height Price Quantity
3 1/2" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 18-24" $7.50  
A newer selection with what I'd call typical purple-spotted toad lily flowers. A good grower; lush-green, "clean" foliage. The picture with the azure-blue color and faint spotting gives tribute to "Blue Wonder", however, this is not the normal flower color. This variety and some others will produce flowers like that but I don't know what it makes them do that.

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3-1/2" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 24-30" $7.50  
Dark buds open to nicely purple spotted flowers in abundance, above mid-green, clean foliage. Best in moist, humusy soil.

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4" 6 Aug.-Oct. - 24" $8.50  
A showy selection of this species, with color throughout the season. Just the variegated foliage alone, with an exceptional wide yellow margin would be good enough for me. But I'll take the flowers as well, staring in late summer, lavender-pink with yellow throat and fine purple spots. Slow spreading.

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4" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 18-24" $8.50  
[BSWJ052] A relatively small form of the species, collected in Taiwan by Bleddyn and Sue Wynn-Jones of Crûg Farm, England and brought to us by Jim Fox. The flowers are distinctly pink to red flushed, so heavily spotted that the spots tend to merge. They like a moist, humusy soil.

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4" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 18-24" $10.00  
[BSWJ1769] Came to us by the same folks as 'Blushing Toad'; this one has unusually large spots on the leaves, especially in spring. Unlike some other forms, this selection grows sturdy stems. Flowers are heavily lavender-pink spotted. They like a moist, humusy soil.

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3 1/2" 4 Sept.-Oct. - 16-20" $7.50  
An all chartreuse sport of T. hirta 'Variegata', with lime green to chartreuse leaves for about half the season, before they turn to medium green. About at that time, numerous large flowers start opening;white with lavender irregular spots and specks. Excellent plant as contrast against dark foliage and to lighten up dark spots. A rather short and compact variety.

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3 1/2" 5 July-Sept. - 24-30" $10.00  
An outstanding species in many ways: strongly spotted leaves in spring, CLEAN, dark green foliage in summer. One of the earliest to bloom, chartreuse flowers are heavily specked maroon, and all this with a fairly erect habit, meaning non-floppy like some other yellow blooming varieties. Shipped as bare roots into April; in pots later.

Pot Size Zone ? Season Exposure Height Price Quantity
3-1/2" 5 Sept.-Oct. - 22-30" $8.50  
A floriferous, showy species, white flowers evenly spotted with large, violet-purple spots. Best in moist, humusy soil. May be shipped bare root before May.

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4" 5 Sept.-Oct. - 18-24" $8.50  
A newer hirta hybrid from Japan, has pristine white flowers with relatively few, purple-violet spots. The leaves are of a medium green tone and held on arching stems. Another one to lighten up dark spots in the garden.

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4" 4 Sept.-Oct. - 24-36" $8.50  
Another hybrid from Japan, rare in trade, with an unusual color for "Toadies"; pink. Flowers are born in abundance on upright, heavily branched stems.

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2-3/8" 5 Aug.-Sept. - 4-6" $18.00   Sold Out
This is not your typical toady, no, this dwarf has almost black leaves, varying in intensity depending on season and conditions. To add more drama, the flowers are butter-yellow. Needs a moist but well drained spot and avoid hot, dry air to prevent the leaves from developing dry tips. Very slow to propagate.

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4" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 8-12" $11.00   Sold Out
Simply gorgeous with large yellow flowers, up to 2". The thick leaves are silvery mottled in spring. Best in moist but well draining, rich soil.

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4" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 8-12" $18.00   Sold Out
A stunning selection of this by itself beautiful species, with thick leaves edged with a broad creamy-white margin. Large pale yellow flowers evenly spotted with small dots. Large plants in 4" pots.

Pot Size Zone ? Season Exposure Height Price Quantity
4" 5 Aug.-Oct. - 3-4' $8.50  
Kindly shared with us by Leonard Foltz of Dancing Oaks Nursery. The height of the plant scared me at first, knowing how floppy and bendy some varieties can be. Growing 'Woodland' for 2 years, I've been impressed, to say the least; the stems are positively sturdy and upright. They might not stand up to a hurricane, but nestled between shrubs, they won't need other support and brighten up the darker greenery of the shrubs and their own foliage.

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