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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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Red Trillium Plants are Vibrantly Beautiful Flowering Perennials

Red Trillium plants produce beautiful red flowers, the bloom season is in early spring, and they are a southern garden favorite plant. You can find red trilliums in nature in areas that are dense and moist. They are often found in forests or woodlands.

Red Trillium Thrives in Well-Draining Soil and Makes an Excellent Indoor Plant

The soil should be well-draining soil. It's okay if the soil is slightly acidic. However, it's best if it's neutral. These plants do best in partial or low sunlight, which makes them ideal indoor plants; If you must plant them in a sunny location, be sure to keep the soil moist.

Red Trillium has vibrant red or pink flowers.

Red Trillium's growing seasons are USDA zones 4 to 9. The seeds of these plants can take as little as one month to germinate, but it's not uncommon to take three months. Usually, their height is more than a foot, and most don't reach that height. You can see these flowers bloom in April, May, or June. Bloom colors can be pink, red, or deep dark red. Red Trillium never has to be taken up for winter and comes back every spring. 

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Brilliant Red Trilliums (Trillium erectum) are a red flowering plant known for their unique red color. Mature plants grow up to 12" tall and wide, cunningly displaying a showy flower about 1-2" in the spring. The Red Trillium is generally faithful to red but can get the cutest accents in the anthers and pollen parts.

The vigorous growing nature will form clumps leading to a beautiful carpeting effect. The lovely dark flowers are a sessile formation surrounded by three interestingly mottled whorl leaves that look fantastic in a landscaping arrangement. To best integrate Trilliums into your landscape, consider how the color and size of one or more plants will blend into the flower scape to create lines, borders, or accents. The overall composition can build on elements like repetition and order to unify and harmonize the scene. Add Red Trilliums to any garden, raised bed, planter, yard, or driveway borders for the desired effect.

Red Trillium comes back year after year.

 Perennials make an excellent addition to any flower garden or home because they continue growing beyond the first season. While these can be grown from seed or divided, they are best transplanted into the flower garden to see the most astonishing results. Prepare your soil as early as possible for your beautiful transplants. Consider incorporating any balanced fertilizer or compost you might choose; this variety of trillium prefers the rich, acidic soil of mesic forests. 

 A rhizomatic trillium erectum plant naturally forms clumps, growing and reproducing from stolons spread from the root zone. Not the earliest flowering of this variety, typically in late spring to early summer, a large thriving patch can number in the thousands. This plant is a wildflower from Manitoba, Canada, south, and east of Georgia, most easily transplanted rather than from seed. 



 Plant Profile and Characteristics for Red Trilliums

 Provided for your quick reference and curiosity! 


 Latin Name: trillium erectum

 Common Names: Red Trillium, bethroot

 Flower Color: Red

 Bloom Size: 1-2"

 Plant height: 6-12"

 Plant spacing: 6-12"

 Sun Requirements: Full Shade to Partial Shade

 Leaf Structure: 3 Leaf-like bracts are mottled with splashes

 Life Cycle: Perennial

 Soil Preference: rich, moist to drier acidic soil





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