Tricyrtis miyazaki is on display in the shade gardens at the moment. Yesterday, I even pulled my intern off the shingling job she was working on to sit and take a closer look at these fascinating blooms. There should be a fancy hat designed after this late season jewel! It has faired well in the border of one of the display gardens here, despite the drought conditions, and is a great companion to the hosta and ferns growing along with it. Even though we are winding down in the nursery, there are still so many things to enjoy in the gardens.
There should be a ‘love’ button for this one. Can they be shipped to your neighboring state of NH?
Quite beautiful, yes? Would have to check Fall stock in the nursery, we don’t typically ship plants and would avoid doing so while in bloom. best to check in the spring. It does make a wonderful addition to the Fall shade garden.
It should have a prettier name than toad lily . . .
Yes, a bit more attractive and elaborate than the photo of the toad from my last post!!
Very pretty! This one is putting on a great show….and look at the buds!
Very surprising that it has done so well under these extreme drought conditions….thank goodness for well mulched and nutrient rich soil!!
What a beautiful plant. Unfortunately, it was one of the first plants the deer went to each year, and I rarely got to see it bloom.
Oh, so sorry to hear that! Those deer, they are rascals in the gardens!
Thanks for reminding us of this great bloom. We had this plenty once but lost it, most likely through neglect. Wanna try it again!
great plant, worth trying again! So nice to have a few blooms in the garden this time of year!
Wow. They look like a touch of the tropics.
Quite spectacular! And a great plant for the late season garden!