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Trillium chloropetalum


By Siris

Trillium chloropetalum (Trillium chloropetalum (Giant wakerobin))

I bought one tuber many years ago, it has been very slow to increase.

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Very nice ....

30 Mar, 2016


I thought there were just 2, but looking carefully at the photo, I see there is a bud forming between the 2 open flowers. Funny how could not see that in the garden.

31 Mar, 2016


Lovely!! I have plant envy , I'm going to look out for one at Harrogate Spring Show in a few weeks :-)

31 Mar, 2016


Also have one T. luteum, but that is really small.

31 Mar, 2016


OH only said last night we ought to buy some........when he sees the price he could change his mind lol

2 Apr, 2016


Mine came from Spinners, 20 + years ago. McPennys had some Trillium when I was there last summer. Ps, third flower now fully out.

3 Apr, 2016


20 years!! my goodness, well done.

3 Apr, 2016


By the way Dd, my Podophyllum is just poking through the soil.

5 Apr, 2016


Yes!! and ours, have slug pelleted it, because it was being eaten already???

6 Apr, 2016


Do the slugs like them? This is the first time I have grown Spotty Dotty, but I did have a hexandrum years ago, just disappeared after a couple of seasons.

6 Apr, 2016

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