For the second year in a row, this plant has flowered in my garden. I
don't remember planting it and have no idea what it is or how it got
there. Pretty sure it's not a weed though.
It only started flowering a week ago but is in a very shady location,
sort of a hosta-type area for sunlight. Am considering replanting it
to a sunnier location next spring if it will tolerate more sun.
There's a picture of it at:
It's a variety Japanese Toad Lily (_Trycirtis_ species, possibly T. hirta).
Best in a woodland or part-shade garden (morning sun rather than
An assortment of Toad Lilies to look at here (scroll down):
I have some growing along my brick path, along with other shade
plants, and it's blooming right now.
Pat K. ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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