Tricyrtis 'Sinonome'

Advantages: Lively autumn flowering, not very common in gardens.

Packaging : 1L pot - Ready to plant.

The tricyrtis or orchid lilies are beautiful flowers for the end of summer and autumn beds (flowering from August to October).

They enjoy moist, shady spots in the garden. 

The rhizomes produce several stems, forming beautiful clumps that tend to thicken to about 40 cm.

They are fully hardy (-20°C).

Tricyrtis 'Sinonome' is a hybrid of Tricyrtis hirta and T. formosana.

This variety flowers from summer until November. It has dark pink flowers with darker flecks. It grows to 50/60 cm tall and is known for its drought tolerance.

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Data sheet

RangeEasy Garden
Colorrose
FloweringAugust, Septembre, October, November
Height50-60 cm
ExposureSemi-shade
HardinessHardy (-20°C)
PresentationPot de 1 Litre - Prêt à planter

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Planting

Plant your Tricyrtis in a fairly shady to shady situation.

In their natural environment, tricyrtis grow in rather damp areas, at the edge of woods, in the plains or mountains. In the garden, they can also be grown in a shady bed or rockery. It can also be grown in pots.

Place it in cool, humus-rich, neutral or slightly acidic soil, sheltered from the wind that blows down the tall flower stems.

Flowering will be later if the summer is dry, returning with the September rains, which is not too bad in regions where the autumn is mild and long.

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