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Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki' (toad lilies)

Posted by treehugger z6 NW Arkansas (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 8, 05 at 9:02

I've had toad lilies in a bed now for three years and they have multiplied tremendously and need to be divided....I really need to do that now....can I divide them now, in summer...I'm not worried about whether the transplanted ones bloom next year or not, I just need to thin them.

I can't find the answer in your FAQ.

Thank you so much.


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RE: Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki' (toad lilies)

I have a couple of big patches of toad lilies and never have a problem moving them around or dividing them any time of the growing season. My only advice would be to follow the general rule for dividing and transplanting----do it on an overcast day, if you can, work fairly quickly, and keep everything well watered afterward. Good luck!


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RE: Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki' (toad lilies)

Thank you, Kathi. Glad to hear that it can be done safely...will certainly take your advice regarding a cloudy day and watering.That's all I needed to hear...it confirms what I thought too...they are tough plants.


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RE: Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki' (toad lilies)

I will be dividing my toad lilies to send some to a friend. What is the best technique, both for dividing and packing them? Thanks.


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