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Trillium sessile


This eye-catching plant, common name Wake-robin, grows wild in woodlands and is native to Eastern USA. Trilliums like moist but well-drained soil and a generous mulch of leaf-mould in the autumn. It can take between five to seven years for a plant to reach flowering size which is why we do not have any of this for sale.

 

Cultivation: to propagate, sow seed as soon as it is ripe. It can take years, however, for a plant to reach flowering size.


Trillium sessile on 9th December


Trillium sessile



Trillium sessile