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Trillium vaseyi

2016/8/11 14:30:38
Sweet Beth (Trillium vaseyi) TRILL-ee-um VAY-see-eye Genus: Trillium This trillium bears the largest flowers in the genus—almost 4 inches across. Growing to almost 2 feet high and not quite as wide, it is also one of the tallest trilliums. Its chocolate-red blossoms (occasionally white) boast strongly curved petals and prominent stamens. They appear just beneath the leaves in mid- to late spring. Noteworthy Characteristics: Most trilliums are native to woodlands and scrub of North America. Grown in groups in a woodland or shady naturalized area, they make an elegant understory planting. Because they go dormant in summer, plant trilliums with other shade-loving perennials to share their place until they reappear the following spring.  Care: Provide rich, moist, but well-drained soil with a neutral to acidic pH in partial to full shade.Add an annual mulch of rich, organic matter. Propagation: Trilliums propagate readily by division when dormant in late summer or early fall. Problems: Smut, rust, fungal spots, slugs, snails.


Height 1 ft. to 3 ft. Spread 6 in. to 12 in. Growth Habit Clumps Growth Pace Moderate Grower Light Part Shade to Full Shade Moisture Medium Moisture Maintenance Low Characteristics Native, Self Seeds, Showy Flowers Bloom Time Late Spring, Spring Flower Color Brown, Red, White Uses Ground Covers, Naturalizing Style Shade, Woodland Garden Seasonal Interest Spring Interest Type Perennials

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