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Tricyrtis 'Sinonome'


Noted as one of the very best of the group for its drought tolerance and deep green shiny foliage that stays clean through fall. Upright facing white flowers with ruby speckling appear in quantity held above the foliage on tall racemes. A very old cultivar of unknown parentage, grown as a cut flower in Japan since early in this century. Upright vase shape clump, non spreading. Still our favorite!

Tricyrtis 'Sinonome' toadlily from North Creek Nurseries

Tricyrtis formosana 'Gilt Edge'


‘Gilt Edge’ is a compact form with variegated foliage that typically grows in a clump to 12-24” tall, but will spread over time to 36” wide. Ovate to lanceolate, stem-clasping leaves (4-6” long) have (as suggested by the cultivar name) irregular creamy white to chartreuse margins. Leaves generally remain attractive throughout the growing season. -Missouri Botanical Garden

Tricyrtis formosana 'Gilt Edge' toadlily from North Creek Nurseries

Tricyrtis formosana 'Samurai'


One of the few varieties of Tricyrtis with variegated leaves that is a good, tough garden plant with clean foliage! Green leaves with creamy, almost gold edges are topped in fall with lily-like flowers of purple with dark purple spotting with yellow throats. Best admired from close by, it is lovely planted near a patio or sitting area mixed with other shade perennials.

Tricyrtis formosana 'Samurai' toadlily from North Creek Nurseries

Tricyrtis hirta Miyazaki Hybrids


Growing under 2' tall, Tricyrtis hirta Miyazaki Hybrids bear purple-speckled flowers along gently arched stems—with more gently arching stems than the straight species and a clumping nature unlike other rhizomatous toadlilies on the market. Miyazaki Hybrids are best showcased along a pathway or near a seating area in the garden, as their unique flowers are certain to draw attention. A wonderful addition to the fall shade garden.

Tricyrtis hirta Miyazaki Hybrids '' toadlily from North Creek Nurseries