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Great White Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum)

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Great White Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum)

Also known as Trillium grandiflorum, this charming wildflower is native to the U.S. Great White features a pretty trio of white petals that age gracefully to a soft pink hue. In the center of each bloom is a sunny yellow eye that practically sparkles in the filtered sunlight. They grow readily in shady sites, such as woodland areas, rock gardens and shadowed corners of the landscape. The delicate blooms sit amid attractive green foliage that forms a nice backdrop. Blooms appear from April to May on 12-15" stems. We like to see Trilliums in groups beneath deciduous trees, the snowy white blooms bringing light and beauty to the rugged site.
  • Hardiness Zones 4-8
  • Mature Height 12 - 15 inches
  • Bloom Time Mid to late spring. (April-May)
  • Light Requirements Full Shade, Half Sun / Half Shade
  • Ground Cover
  • Attracts Pollinators
  • Naturalizes Well

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Botanical Name: Trillium grandiflorum

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Product Details

  • Restricted States US:

    AE AK GU HI PR VI
  • Botanical Name :

    Trillium grandiflorum
  • Ship As :

    Bare Root
  • Size :

    NO.1
  • Suggested Uses:

    Borders, Ground Cover, Naturalizing, Rock Garden, Showy Flowers, Shade Garden
  • Flower Color :

    white
  • Flower Form :

    All Trilliums can be identified by having 3 flower petals and 3 leaves(lobes). Flowers are approx. 3" in diameter, sometimes even larger on established plants.
  • Foliage Type :

    Green, herbaceous, three lobes.
  • Mature Spread :

    8 - 12 inches
  • Spacing:

    8 - 12 inches

Growing Tips

  • Planting Instructions :

    Plant so that the top of the root (sprout) is 1" below the soil line. Firm soil and water well.
  • Soil Moisture :

    Organic rich (lots of humus), well-drained.
  • Will Tolerate :

    Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • Pruning Instructions :

    None. Picking a trillium flower does not necessarily kill the plant but damage will result if the green leaves are taken as well. The green leaves are needed to provide nutrients for the plants to survive.
  • Winter Care :

    Mulch in late fall for added winter protection.
  • Planting Depth :

    Plant so that the top of the root (sprout) is 1" below the soil line
  • Watering Requirements :

    Soil should not dry out during the spring and early summer. Plants may go dormant prematurely in the summer when soil dries out.
  • Fertilization Requirements :

    Not really needed if planted in an organically rich soil. It may help flower production if you fertilize lightly in early-mid spring.

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We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedules.


       Fall 2019 Shipping Schedule

  • Bulbs and Perennials
    Zones First day to ship Last day to order
    All 9/16/2019 12/09/2019

  • Iris
    Zones First day to ship Last day to order
    1A-7A 8/12/2019 10/28/2019
    7B-10B 8/19/2019 11/11/2019

  • Amaryllis and Paperwhites
    Zones First day to ship Last day to order
    All Zones 10/07/2019 12/23/2019


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