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Trillium Chloropetalum

Rich of a rose fragrance, Trillium chloropetalum (Giant Wake Robin) is an incredible beauty with a great garden presence. Poking from the soil in winter, large buds send up stems topped with egg-shaped leaves, slightly mottled with chocolate brown

Toadshade  A unique trillium! Plant Type: upright perennial Foliage Type: deciduous Plant Height: 1 ft. 0 in. (0.30 meters) Plant Width/Spread: 1 ft. 0 in. (0.30 meters) Hardiness: USDA Zones 4 to 9 Flower Color: brown Sun/Light Exposure: light to open shade Water Requirements: regular to occasional watering

Toadshade A unique trillium! Plant Type: upright perennial Foliage Type: deciduous Plant Height: 1 ft. 0 in. (0.30 meters) Plant Width/Spread: 1 ft. 0 in. (0.30 meters) Hardiness: USDA Zones 4 to 9 Flower Color: brown Sun/Light Exposure: light to open shade Water Requirements: regular to occasional watering

Trillium Pink

Large Flowered Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum), Virginia native plant, photographed at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Trillium camschatcense Nemuro

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Yellow Trillium Trillium is like a queen in the woodland garden -- and this fine lady is one of the easiest trilliums to grow. Stately three-petal flowers stand at attention above beautifully mottled leaves and fill the air with a fresh lemony fragrance. Name: Trillium luteum Size: To 16 inches tall Zones: 5-9 Plant it with: Dutchmans breeches, woodland phlox, and mayapple

Gorgeous Spring-Blooming Woodland Flowers

Trillium chloropetalum is a spring-flowering perennial plant native to the west and north-west coast of the United States.  Common names: Common Trillium, Giant Trillium, Giant Wake Robin, and Sessile Trillium. Color is variable, often dark red to white. A typical monocot, it has leaves and flowers that are grouped in threes. It is clump-forming and prefers a shady habitat, since its natural habitat is the woodland floor.

Common Trillium, Giant Trillium, Giant Wake Robin, Sessile Trillium (Trillium chloropetalum) native to the west and northwest coast of the US - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nursery Specialities - Trilliums & Paris - Trillidium govanianum

Trillidium govanianum - Unusual herbaceous perennial with small reddish-green flowers above rich green foliage.

Trillium foetidissimum mentioned on A Way To Garden blog.  " it’s a vigorous grower, and a very reliable plant."

Despite being endemic to only a small region of beech forests and floodplains on both the Louisiana and Mississippi sides of the Mississippi River, Trillium foetidissimum is just as hardy in Minnesota

A Nice Stand of Yellow Trillium - Great Smokey Mountains National Park, Tennessee

A Nice Stand of Yellow Trillium (Trillium luteum) - Great Smokey Mountains National Park, Tennessee

Trillium cloropetalum x 'Kurabayashi'

Trillium cloropetalum x 'Kurabayashi'

Trillium albidum; variably marbled young foliage in spring. Often  under the name T. parviflorum which tends to have smaller flowers. Leaves to 12 cms x 9 cms; sessile flowers; each petal to nearly 8 cms x 2 cms . Consistently pure white with fine pink cast to each petal base; a sweet scent of roses is also present. From Washington State to California.

Trillium albidum - Pure white sessile flowers over mottled foliage in spring.

Trillium albidum

Trillium albidum

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