The trillium plant has rhizomes and is characterized by unbranched stems. The plant does not produce any leaves or stems above the ground. The stem produces leaves that are tiny and very scale-like. The flowers then appear on top of the bracts of the leaves. However, in sessile trilliums, the pedicel doesn’t exist. It seems as if the flower is appearing straight from the bracts.
Apart from that, the main distinguishing feature of this plant is its showy flowers and whorl of three leaves. It also has three sepals and three petals, hence why it is sometimes known as “trinity flower,” too. The flowers of this plant come in many colors like yellow, red, pink, purple, and white.
Cultivation of the Trillium Plant
This plant is hardy in USDA zones 4 to 9.Moist and well-drained soil is ideal for the growth of this plant. It is also a good idea to use fertilizer so that the plant gets organic matter that can help it grow. This will ensure that the plant grows to become healthy. The best propagation method for this plant is by seeds. They can also be propagated by division.
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