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     Have you walked a forest floor filled with Trillium in bloom?  This plant is magnificant, especially en masse.  


     Trillium grandiflorum has one of the largest flowers of the native plants, and the flowers look especially beautiful against the backdrop of the deep green foliage. 


     Trillium is a spring ephemeral, blooming early and going dormant by mid summer.  Try it among ferns and other shade-loving plants.  Trillium grows naturally in the dappled shade beneath deciduous trees like Beech and Maple.

White Trillium

1 Quart
    • Latin: Trillium grandiflorum
    • Pollinator value: High
    • Height: 12 inches tall; 6-inch spread
    • Light: Part to full shade
    • Soil: Moist, well drained
    • Bloom: White, April-June
    • Foliage: Deciduous, usually dies off by late summer
    • Landscape: Woodland gardens, slope
    • Native range here
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