**Possibly hybrids as seed came from a grouping of T. chloropetalum and other trillium species**

The group of seedlings has had it's first flower (2019), colours will be varied (burgundy/red, white or yellow).


*In 100mm pots

*Herbaceous perennial (summer dormancy)

*30-60cm h x 30-60cm w

*Full to part shade, part shade preferred

*Flowers in spring

*Moist, well drained soil. Will not tolerate wet feet and may rot away

*Frost tolerant

A -Trillium chloropetalum (mixed colours)

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