TRILLIUM UNDULATUM – TRILLIUM WILDFLOWER
Trillium Undulatum is native to Canada, but can also be found naturally down the eastern sea shore to the Carolinas. When planting this flower you will need to build in a place that most of the day receives either full sunlight or partial sunlight. In its natural state, the Lady Trillium is often found growing in soils that are higher in acid content. It also means that when you see them growing in the wild.
They are becoming close to trees such as the red maple and eastern pine. All of these trees release acid back into the soil making it the perfect place for these flowers to grow. However, you will also need to make sure that the soil is The Painted Lady is a single is moist but well drained. Ants are attracted to the seeds of this plant. Ants help in the spreading of the seeds to different locations.
This single stemmed flowering plant consists of 3 glossy green leaves that surround a delicate white flower. Each flower has three large white petals that are white on the outside and in the center range in colors from pink to purple. These plants will also spread themselves with the help of Mother Nature and also tend to attract a lot of butterflies.This flower is considered endangered in most parts. It is also a very slow grower, often times taking up to 15 years for the plant to begin blooming.
Climate Zone: 3 to 7
Mature Height: 12 to 24 in.
Blooming Season: April through June.
Sunlight: Prefers Full to Partial Sunlight.
Soil Conditions: Prefers Moist, Well-Drained Soil.
Ships As: Bareroot Plant