Every time I walk by this Tricyrtis macrantha I have to stop to admire the way its leaves look like they are haphazardly stitched together with a cord holding them in place. It doesn't look like any of the other Toad Lilies I grow.
When I bought this from Munchkin Nursery in 2004, owner Gene Bush told me to plant it on a slope or at the top of a wall so it could flow down. As it happens I had the perfect spot and it has never grown in other location in my garden. It's easy to see why they call it the "King of the Toad Lilies."