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Green Trillium Recurvatum-Have you seen one? (pic)

Posted by chemocurl zone 5/6 S IN (My Page) on
Tue, May 13, 08 at 14:34

I am fairly new to natives, but for several years now (about 5) I have developed an interest in and really started noticing the many native woodland wildflowers. Trillium recurvatum is what is commonly found around here as far as trilliums go. With the exception of one clump, they have all been the dark maroon ones. I found one clump of a green one, in my front yard woods. I haven't seen it anywhere else in my walks.

Is anyone else familiar with or seen it before?



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RE: Green Trillium Recurvatum-Have you seen one? (pic)

I believe that it is of limited horticultural interest.
Except to collectors. I recall seeing it offerred years ago by an eastern native plant retailer but not one on the net.
Nice that you have it growing in your yard!!
I am adding a link to native plant nurseries, some of which may offer it or at least some of the other species ??

Here is a link that might be useful: native plant nurseries

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