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Article: This Toad Will Become Your Fall-Flowering Prince: Tricyrtis

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Clairton, PA

February 16, 2011
4:37 AM

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Does anyone in the forum know of a complete list of all Tricyrtis cultivars and availabilty? Our local chapter of the National Rock Garden Society(Alleghany Chapter) will be hosting a study weekend on Oct. 12-14th 2012 here in the Pittsburgh Area with a theme of "Autumn in the Garden - A Time for Troughs" - Since toadlilies are such great plants for fall color, I would like to try to get a speaker to talk on them and just for personal knowledge see if such a list can be generated. Thanks for any help members can supply.

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