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Tricyrtis hirta
Hairy Toadlily

Hairy Toadlily is a perennial that blooms in Autumn, and is best sited in moist, well-drained soils in shady nooks of the garden, where its unusual flowers can be observed at close range. This plant is sometimes placed into the Lily Family (Liliaceae).


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