This spring-blooming wildflower, also known as wakerobin, is native to woodlands in the Eastern U.S. The plants stand 10-12" high, and have distinctive flowers with three burgundy-maroon petals. Trillium grow best in rich, moist soils and will multiply over time. These plants are commercially propagated, not wild collected.
|•||Native Woodland Wildflower|
|•||Blooms in Early Spring|
|•||Prefers Shade and Moist Soil|
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