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Description: Pink Trillium Trillium Hardy Planting Zones - 4-9 Sun or Shade - Part sun, shade Mature Height - Under 6" to over 3' Mature Width - 4-12" Bloom Season - Spring Gardener Status - Beginner
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    Pink Trillium

    Pink trillium, Trillium Undulatum is a woodland wildflower natural to much of Central and Eastern United States. This wildflower is enchanting with three whorled leaves surrounding a large three-petaled pink flower. The plant releases flowers in the summer containing approximately 16 seeds each. The seeds are then dispersed by ants or deer. Trillium thrives from northern Quebec through to the Appalachian Mountains into north Georgia and then out to Minnesota and Iowa. It also grows in Nova Scotia and Vancouver Island in British Columbia. 

    Pink trillium is a rare wildflower. Rare wildflowers have a built-in dormancy which protects them from germinating during a drought or a frost. Because of this built-in protection, it takes a while for them to germinate and bloom from seed. Some germinate quickly; others require lots of patience and take up to a few years. Your seeds may need a moist warm period followed by a moist cold period before successfully germinating. It could take 2 to 4 years of these alternating conditions before they germinate and start to bloom. When planted, the seeds should be no lower than 1/8 of an inch under the soil.

    Ants are responsible for moving trillium seeds an average of 10 meters and deer an average of one kilometer. The trillium is a favorite food of white-tailed deer. The fact that the deer love to forage trillium helps to determine deer population by the height of the trillium. Normally when fully grown the trillium reaches heights of 12 to 14 centimeters tall. Over population of deer can easily lead to the plants extinction in certain areas.

    While only 20% of all transplants of trillium survive. If the plant is successful, it continues flowering after it begins year after year. This is a wildflower which thrives in the wild woodlands of cool to slightly warm climates. It’s a beautiful wildflower with large bold petals that can easily bring visual enjoyment to a garden if they can successfully be transplanted or started from seed.

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    1. Packaged nicely

      It was very nice to get a good package for once on Apr 1st 2017

    2. Lovely addition

      The addition it has made is stunning. on Apr 1st 2017

    3. Breathtaking

      Gorgeous flowers and all doing well and good on Apr 1st 2017

    4. Very pleased

      Overall pleased with my service so far on Mar 31st 2017

    5. Doing well

      I am still waiting patiently for this plant to bloom. I am not sure if its something I did during planting or I just got bad plants. on Mar 29th 2017

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