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Like N. siculum, but with more numerous flowers in a gorgeous soft pink, which emerge like hatchlings from their translucent sheath. Happy in sun or part shade and not nearly as difficult to grow as the price suggests, but uncommon and very select. Persistent and increasing in our heavy loam in some summer shade. How should one say the name? I am not sure, but hope that it should be ‘tripi- dali‘ rather than ‘tripe-dale’.
Nectaroscordum tripedale bulbs should be planted point up about 4" (10cm) deep and 3-4" (8-10cm) apart in sun or part shade,
Height 36" (100cm)