Trillium grandiflorum is one of Pam's Faves this season...this is what she has to say:
If you’re looking for an elegant plant to grow in a woodland setting (or even in a container) Trillium grandiflorum should be on your list. This classic perennial mixes well with other woodland plants such as ferns. It can take a number of seasons for the plants to appear but well worth the wait!
Commonly known as the Great White Trillium, this western native is a classic woodland perennial. Lovely white flowers that will mature to pink and look amazing in shady woodlands!
Grandiflorum is a hard, clump-forming, Western native perennial with ovate to rounded, dark green leaves. It produces pure white flowers which often fade to pink with green septals. The trillium is a simple, graceful perennial that is one of the most familiar and beloved of the spring woodland wildflowers. Leaves, petals and sepals all come in groups of three, hence the name!
Trillium mixes well when massed with other spring wildflowers and ferns in a shaded woodland garden or naturalized area. All of our Trilliums are propagated and not gathered from the wild.