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Trillium grandiflorum [USDA zone 4b - 7a]

These are flowering size or near flowering size rhizomes ready for planting. Plants will be sold potted in 3” - 4” plastic pots April - October. Plants will be sold bare root October – April.

This is a member of Subgenus Trillium. T. grandiflorum is native to Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, northern Indiana, northern Illinois, Ohio, eastern Kentucky, eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina, northern Georgia, northwestern South Carolina, western Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont, as well as southern Canada (Quebec and Ontario). Plants grow 8” – 16” tall. Typical of Trillium the stem terminates with 3 bracts (leaves).  At the center of the leaves is where the flower forms. As typical of subgenus Trillium the flower is produced on a stem (peduncle) that holds it above the leaves.  The peduncle is 1” – 2” long. The sepals are green. The petals are white, but fade to light pink, then a dark pink as the flowers age. Flowers are 1½” – 3” across.  Flowers are scentless.

Trillium grandiflorum [USDA zone 4b - 7a]

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