Trillium recurvatum

These are Trillium that were given to me about 23 years ago by someone who lived on a large farm NNE of here. She dug them up from their woods as a suprise gift and I planted them at the base of the bald cypress in a bed of wild ginger (Asarum canadense).

They’ve never really multiplied until this year; suddenly, babies are everywhere!

It could be that they’re enjoying the extra sun that comes through now that the neighbor cut down his trees. The Deinanthe bifida ‘Pink Kii’ in the neighboring bed isn’t taking the change as well, though.

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