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2 Trillium from Mount Usher for I.d'ers.

Trillium_red_for_identification Trillium_white_for_identification



Could be Cuneatum or Erectum

22 Apr, 2014


The more commonly grown one that fit the pictures, Vincent, would be Trillium chloropetalum for the red ones and T. albidum for the white. There are more unusual species which 'could' match the images.

22 Apr, 2014


Hi, I would agree with Scotkat, T Cuneatum for the first photo, and T Grandiflorum, {possibly flore pleno}, for the second, Derek.

22 Apr, 2014


Great pictures btw Vincent

22 Apr, 2014


Thanks folks, taken with my phone, Andrew! My camera had run out of battery. I have put them on 'Dave's Garden' to see if anyone in the U.S. might be able to spot the differences between the species. I have no reason to suspect that they are that unusual.

22 Apr, 2014

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