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          Stunning, rare treasures that spread & thrive in woodland settings

          why plant Trillium?

          Trilliums are low-growing, native woodland wildflowers that bloom in spring. They prefer partial to full shade and should be planted in well-draining, rich soil that is slightly acidic. These native treasures have become so rare that most are protected and illegal to pick in their woodland habitats (ours are nursery propagated from seed). Trillium can take up to 7 years to bloom so be patient, as they're definitely worth the wait! Once established they multiply readily, creating a stunning show that requires very little care.