Red Trillium

TRILLIUM ERECTUM - RED TRILLIUM

Red Tillium - Triilium erectum
Red Trillium is the quintessential American wildflower. Valued by Native Americans for its medicinal properties, this common woodland inhabitant brings natural beauty to your landscape. Hardy in climate zone 4 through 9, this three-petaled maroon flower prefers the rich soil common in its native forest habitat, but thrives in full or dappled shade. Plant them 12-18 inches apart to accommodate a spread of up to 16 inches and expect them to grow to a height of 8 to 16 inches. Each hardy perennial plant will produce rich green foliage and bloom for 2 to 3 weeks in early mid-to-late spring, then will return and year after year. Red Trillium will thrive in full shade and can also do well in areas that have partial shade. They are great and will grow and do well when they have moist soil conditions and also in well-drained soil conditions. This perennial will be great, and they will do most of their blooming during April and also bloom through the month of June. This plant will thrive when planted in climate zones 3 through 7. These are beautiful flowers when they are in bloom and will have 6 petals. Three of the petals will be red, and three will be green as the leaves. They will be unique in the garden when they are in bloom. These area great perennials and will grow back each year. They will also be very easy to get to grow and will not need a lot of maintenance once they grow. They do have one drawback though. When they are in bloom, they will not have a very good fragrance to them at all but it will have a beautiful flower. This plant will look great and will also give a very natural look when planted in natural areas or flower gardens. These are outstanding flowers and will make a garden or other area where they become pop with beautiful color, and they will add a lot of life to the area.
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TRILLIUM ERECTUM - RED TRILLIUM

Red Tillium - Triilium erectum
Red Trillium is the quintessential American wildflower. Valued by Native Americans for its medicinal properties, this common woodland inhabitant brings natural beauty to your landscape. Hardy in climate zone 4 through 9, this three-petaled maroon flower prefers the rich soil common in its native forest habitat, but thrives in full or dappled shade. Plant them 12-18 inches apart to accommodate a spread of up to 16 inches and expect them to grow to a height of 8 to 16 inches. Each hardy perennial plant will produce rich green foliage and bloom for 2 to 3 weeks in early mid-to-late spring, then will return and year after year. Red Trillium will thrive in full shade and can also do well in areas that have partial shade. They are great and will grow and do well when they have moist soil conditions and also in well-drained soil conditions. This perennial will be great, and they will do most of their blooming during April and also bloom through the month of June. This plant will thrive when planted in climate zones 3 through 7. These are beautiful flowers when they are in bloom and will have 6 petals. Three of the petals will be red, and three will be green as the leaves. They will be unique in the garden when they are in bloom. These area great perennials and will grow back each year. They will also be very easy to get to grow and will not need a lot of maintenance once they grow. They do have one drawback though. When they are in bloom, they will not have a very good fragrance to them at all but it will have a beautiful flower. This plant will look great and will also give a very natural look when planted in natural areas or flower gardens. These are outstanding flowers and will make a garden or other area where they become pop with beautiful color, and they will add a lot of life to the area.

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Description: Latin Name - Trillium Luteum Hardy Planting Zones- 4-9 Sun or Shade - Full to Partial Shade Mature Height - 12-16" Mature Width- 12" Bloom Season - Mid to Late Spring (April to June) Gardener Status- Beginner