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Trilium (Trillium chloropetalum (Giant wakerobin))

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Lovely foliage :)

18 Jul, 2009


Beautiful plant.

6 Aug, 2009


Must admit I'm very proud of this one.....

6 Aug, 2009


Hi what are your soil conditins like amblealice? as i am considering growing them.

8 Nov, 2009


Garden is clay based Seaburngirl.....with plenty of organic mulches over the past 5 years or so to improve drainage and fertility....go for it!!

8 Nov, 2009


thanks i think i will have to bite the bullet. thanks for the help and encouragement.

8 Nov, 2009


No problem, look forward to seeing the pics!!

9 Nov, 2009


placed my order today :o))

9 Nov, 2009



10 Nov, 2009


sent them my money today. looking forward to their arrival in december. xmas pressie for me yippee

10 Nov, 2009


Goodie....I'm all for giving ones-self a xmas

10 Nov, 2009


I love trilliums alice, but I find they are so hard to get going and I'm not good at leaving soil undisturbed, always poking and digging! I visited Alnwick last year and enjoyed it very much! Keep up the good work!

15 Jan, 2010

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