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TOAD LILIES - awesome

Hey all,
I have been extremely busy and almost missed these most wonderful
perennials in my garden.  I have to say something about them because if you
don't have them, you are really missing out!

I have two different kinds of toad lilies (scientific name Tricyrtis X
hybrids), one is white with dark purple splotches. One is white with light
purple splotches.  I just noticed them walking by the garden the other
night and was stunned.  They look like orchids!!!!

Get these.  You will love these fall blooming wonders.

Stacy Holtzman
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Bloomington, Indiana Z5b

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