Japanese Toad Lily, Arctic Orchid
Medium 18-24" (Plant 2' apart)
Late Summer to Fall
Half Sun/ Half Shade to Full Shade
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Flower Color / Accent:
Pronounced blue and deep violet freckling on creamy-white petals with purple anthers appear in clusters held well above the arching foliage of this Japanese Toad Lily. This late blooming shade lover will be the talk of your fall garden. Breathtaking!
Features to Note:
- Attracts Butterflies
- Wet Site Tolerant
- Dry Shade Tolerant
- Humidity Tolerant
- For a Shady Spot
Tricyrtis are exotic, orchid-like flowers that bloom profusely in the shade. Perfect for a moist woody spot, Tricyrtis bloom when many other shade lovers are long done. Welcome flowers in the late summer and early fall. Tends to wake late in spring.
Prefers a moist to wet, well-drained, slightly acidic soil in partial shade. Seldom needs division, but can be done in spring. Cut back by 1/2 in early June to control height and freshen foliage if needed. May benefit from extra watering during summer heat. Can cut down foliage after killing frost.