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TRILLIUM undulatum 'PAINTED TRILLIUM' -Discontinued

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LIVE PLANT

SHIPS MID MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL

SORRY WE CANNOT SEND SPRING TUBERS AND PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES

A unique woodland perennial. Graceful white flowers with bright purple markings deep at the center. ‘Tri’ refers to all plant parts grow in three’s. ‘Llium’ refers to the funnel shaped flower. ‘Undulatum’ refers to the wavy edge of the petal. Requires shade and very acidic soil. Blooms appear in spring and last until early summer. NON-edible fruit appears in fall. Naturalizes very slowly. Zones 3-8.

PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Place in a woodland area with loamy, acidic soil in a prepared hole twice as wide as the bare root. Cover with 2” of soil with the pointy eye facing up. Water well and during dry periods.

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    JR
    06/24/2018
    Jessica R.
    United States

    No Trilliums : (

    Planted my 2 trillium "roots" 1 week after recieving them. Choose sunny spots on the edge of our wooded treeline. 1 root had a little leaf that opened beautifully a few days after planting and it seemed happy. We got a few cold nights and the 1 leaf was effected-shrivled & fell off. Neither root is doing anything now. I check them 2-3 times a week in hopes that something will grow, but it seems that is not the case. Not sure if they will sprout next spring or not. I really want trillium on my land! Thinking maybe i should have babied them in a pot for a while prior to planting.

    DS
    05/23/2018
    Donna S.
    United States

    Painted trillium

    They all came up,. I look forward to seeing them grow and spread.