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- Great White Trillium - Trillium grandiflorum Hardy Planting Zones- 3-8 Sun or Shade – Shade Mature Height - 12-18" Mature Width- 18" Bloom Season – Spring to midsummer Gardener Status- Beginner
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Great White Trillium is an herbaceous perennial
These three-petaled white flowers sitting over a whorl of three leaves are odorless and large. The petals can be as long as 3 inches. This three-petaled flower cup or tubular-shaped and is related to the lily. The leaves are elliptical and meet in a whorl at the base of the flower. The leaves can be mottled or solid green with red veining. Its hardiness zones are from 3-9. Great White Trillium grows in the eastern part of the North American continent from Quebec all the way down to Georgia and as far west as Minnesota. When mature, they reach a height of 12-15 inches high and 12-18 inches wide.
Great White Trillium is a woodland wildflower beloved by conservationists, gardeners, and school children
It's also known as the white trillium, trinity flower, white wake-robin, triplet lily, and the large-flowered trillium. The pristine white petals turn a pale pink as the plant ages. It is a perennial that flowers every year after its planted from late April to early June. Gardeners interested in establishing wildflower gardens should make a point to purchase The Great White Trillium.
Great White Trillium has elegant pink and white flowers
Being the member of the lily family and native to eastern, southeastern, and mid-western states, trillium grows happily in heavily composted, partially shaded woodlands in the company of a community of interdependent woody shrubs, tall trees, dried leaves, and other soil components, insects, bacteria, and fungi. Division in the late summer or early fall is the best way to propagate a Great White Trillium. If you start a Great White Trillium from seed, it could take up to 2 years for it to germinate and another seven years to see its first blooms. To keep your plants healthy, they thrive with a new layer of leaf mold surrounding them every spring and fall. Trillium grandiflorum is a classic native spring ephemeral, a wildflower that brings joy to all who witness its reliable return.
Great White Trillium