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Trillium luteum


Trillium luteum (Trillium sessile)



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special plants are'nt they. I would love to grow them but I would need to create a cool shaded area with deep leaf litter type soil first as the very open dry Fen's would not support them. The clay soil bakes brick hard in the summer also.
Would 'luteum' suggest they are yellow flowered SeaB? Look forward to future photo's.

18 Apr, 2011

 

no this is the photo of them open! unless they were bagged wrongly where I bought them from. a maroony green flower. odd looking but with their own charm

18 Apr, 2011

 

So beautiful Seaburngirl do you have many?

1 Aug, 2011

 

well I might have. the corms didnt all grow this year and they may be dormant for a few years .so time will tell.
this I think is now T sessile. I bought those too. but they were mis labelled i think.

1 Aug, 2011



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