A genus of 30 species of hardy herbaceous perennials native to North America (especially the Appalachians), the Himalayas and eastern Asia. They are unusual in that each stem bears three oval, sometimes marbled leaves, three sepals and three petals. The flowering period is spring or early summer.
Plant and rhizomes 7.5cm/3in deep as soon as they are received in August-September. Trillium do best in part shade, in moist, cool woodland conditions. The soil should be well drained, with plenty of leaf mould incorporated in it.
Life and divide the rhizomes between late summer and March, and replant immediately.
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|Soil Type||WELL-DRAINED SOIL|
|Seasonal Features||The flowering period is spring or early summer.|
|Shape||OVAL-SHAPED MARBLED LEAVES|
|Disease||Generally trouble free, but flower buds and young leaves may be chewed by slugs.|
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Sed velit quam, auctor id semper a, hendrerit eget justo.