Plant Search » List of Botanically Intriguing Plants
You'll never forget the first time you see a bat flower in full bloom! Tacca chantrieri is super botanically intriguing.
Incredible bat-like flowers with long whiskers. Tacca integrifolia is a super botanically intriguing oddball.
Tecophilaea cyanocrocus has exquisite gentian blue flowers with white stripes. Amazing.
Tecophilaea cyanocrocus 'Leichtlinii' is a rare form of the Chilean blue crocus with white flowers tipped with rich, sky blue.
Tecophilaea cyanocrocus 'Storm Cloud' is a rare form of the Chilean blue crocus with white flowers tipped with lavender and bluish lavender in early spring.
Tecophilaea cyanocrocus 'Violacea' has velvety purple-blue flowers in early spring with thin white stripes.
Teucrium scorodonia 'Crispum', the curly wood sage, offers wonderful textural foliage with crinkled and rippled edges.
Thalictrum 'Elin' is a gargantuan meadow rue reaching heights of of 8-12 feet with burgundy stems, blue-green foliage and tiny lavender flowers with yellow stamens.
Tigridia pavonia 'Alba Grandiflora' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled white flowers with red central spots.
Tigridia pavonia 'Aurea' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled yellow flowers with red central spots.
Tigridia pavonia 'Canariensis' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled pale yellow flowers with red central spots.
Tigridia pavonia 'Lilacea' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled deep pink flowers with red central spots.
Tigridia pavonia is an Iris relative with intriguing, three-petaled flowers with red central spots on flowers in bold, tropical shades of white, yellow, magenta, orange, and red.
Tigridia pavonia 'Speciosa' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled coral red flowers with yellow centers covered with red spots.
Titanopsis calcarea or concrete leaf has grey-green spoon-shaped leaves covered in rough tubercles that look like concrete.
Tolmeia menziesii is a fast-growing BC native known as piggyback plant that graces the shady spaces of the west coast.
Tricyrtis affinis is a toad lily species with white flowers with purple and bronze speckles. A great late summer shade plant.
Tricyrtis flava is a rare toadlily with yellow flowers for late summer colour in the shade garden.
Tricyrtis formosana has white flowers with heavy magenta-purple spotting.
Classic toad lily flowers atop lush variegated foliage. Provides interest all season as you wait for the fall flowers.
Tricyrtis ‘Dark Beauty’ has loose cymes of amazing, white orchid-like flowers with multitudes of magenta-purple spots.
Extra large classic toad lily flowers and great vigour!
Tricyrtis hirta is a classic, easy-to-grow species with white flowers and warm purple spots.