Tellima grandiflora (Fringecup)
Other names: Fragrant Fringecup


Fringecup grows to heights of almost three feet, with most of that height being a flowering stalk.  Fringecup prefers moist areas that are mostly shaded, such as forests and stream banks.  The flowers of Fringecup are small, white to pinkish, bell shaped flowers that are "fringed" on the edges.  The flowers appear along a tall flower spike and are quite fragrant.  The leaves grow close to the ground and can form dense spreading mats.  Fringecup is often used in native plant gardens as a spring blooming specimen plant, or a summer foliage plant or ground cover.  Please contact us for prices and availability.

Sold as:

3.5 inch pots, one gallons