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    Avery early species, this has faintly-marbled green leaves and pristine, white, pale pink, or even purple-tinged petals on the exceptionally upright flowers which have contrasting cadmium-yellow anthers, the whole heavily textured flower having a strong rose scent. One of the earliest species to start into growth, this sessile, or stemless species, opens its flowers extremely early in the season. In the wild it is native to the north western United States from Washington to central California where it occurs in forests, woodlands and scrub. ... Learn More



    Predictably, each stem has three leaves, petals and calyces. Leaves, wonderfully marbled and mottled in grey appear in spring above which the three petals appear shortly afterwards, which may vary through mahogany to rich crimson-maroon. Very rarely offered but long lived when established, this is one of the aristocrats of the garden. ... Learn More



    Spectacular three-petalled flowers usually in rich purple-red, but occasionally white or yellow, poke up above mottled clusters of three egg shaped leaves in early spring. A clump forming perennial, it spreads reliably and is an excellent ground cover plant for a shady spot. It will do best in moist but well drained soil, and the unusual appearance of this plant will certainly make it a talking point in your garden. ... Learn More



    This rather more diminutive but most handsome trillium bears sizeable maroon flowers with recurving segments and paler anthers. It is superb in a shady organic bed where in time it will spread to make impressive clumps. ... Learn More



    Exotic-looking red flowers producing three long oval petals, are each held on long stems above emerald green, deeply veined foliage. This is a woodland plant native to North America, and will appreciate humus rich soil in a sheltered shady spot. Really a most unusual looking plant, it will be a conversation piece in your garden. ... Learn More



    Fascinating three-petalled, ivory-white, unusually pendent flowers are held on long flexible stems amongst emerald green, deeply veined foliage. A shade loving plant, native to the mid-west of America, it is a good choice for a woodland garden or a damp shady spot. ... Learn More



    A vigorous perennial forming a large clump of erect stems each carrying a whorl of three broadly ovate leaves and a solitary terminal flower to 10cm across with three recurved white petals which often fade to pink. This Trillium has been awarded the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society for its top performance in the garden. ... Learn More



    An uncommon plant from northern California and south west Oregon, this is one of the most sought-after west coast of America species. It has mottled, ornamental leaves, and bright flowers ranging from reddish-purple to beige. One of the largest trilliums, these vigorous specimens can soon expand into clumps that can reach up to nearly two feet in height. ... Learn More



    A sumptuous beauty that never fails to stop people in full stride producing gorgeous, white, three petalled flowers fading to wine purple above lovely matt rich green leaves. Tubers usually sit deeply when established, but should only be planted very shallow as seedlings. ... Learn More



    Very early in the year, upright-facing flowers of white or pale pink are dotted deeper pink and violet, the spotting concentrated towards the throat which is filled with bright yellow anthers. It starts into growth early in the year making short stems and three silvery-veined, embossed blue-green leaves. Probably the rarest, choicest and dwarfest of all trilliums, this outstanding super miniature, a rare native of Oregon, is tough enough for a select garden spot, or even pot cultivation in the alpine house or frame. Few good seeds collected. ... Learn More



    A mixture of various garden aristocrats. All have three leaves, petals and calyces, some having marbled foliage. Flower colours vary from white, through yellow and pink, to deepest maroon. Species include: T. cernuum, chloropetalum, erectum, grandiflorum, ovatum and sessile. Fresh trillium seed is very rarely offered, but plants are long-lived when established. ... Learn More


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