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Fwd: Trilliums ?


I have had a T. erectum for many years - like about 35 - in the 
edge of my woodland.  It hasn't spread much, but is very 
dependable.  I look for it every spring.
Auralie

In a message dated 04/20/2006 9:04:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
lindsey@mallorn.com writes:

   The most forgiving species for me here in East Central Illinois have
   been T. luteum, T. grandiflorum, and T. erectum (in that order).

Chris
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> I've tried and failed.  I plant, but nothing comes up.  However, I bought
> two woodland poppies and both bloomed beautifully for me this spring!  What
> a great surprise!

Bonnie,

   I've found that heavy soil kills them -- if you can put light,
   fluffy organic soil around them they'll fare better.

   I've also had problems with certain species because of the acidity.

   The most forgiving species for me here in East Central Illinois have
   been T. luteum, T. grandiflorum, and T. erectum (in that order).

Chris

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