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Thank you Amy.
Very nice. I'm always tempted, even though they don't seem to like me.
This is the only one I have grown so far!
A lovely colour.
It is a nice dark colour.
Lovely. This is a plant I haven't got yet. Are they easy to grow?
This is the only one I have, this is its second Spring, it is in a pot in the north side of the house.
You lucky thing...three beauties together, and irises. Hopefully the warm weather will be helping the garden.
We certainly need the warm weather.
this must be the day for Trillium, just seen one on Eliza's blog in a brighter red! Lovely image.
I have seen three including Eliza's.
Beautiful flowers, Brian. I think they need moist ground don't they?
They are woodland plants, this one is in a pot in the shade.
Thanks for pointing me here, as I've never been able to find your blog before! This trio is beautiful, I love the mottled leaves. And you say it smells sweet? Very different from mine!
Welcome, I am pleased you have found me.
I have not ever grown a Trillium, either at home or any garden I have worked in, they look beautiful Brian.
I have only had this one for two years, I would like a white one at some time they are beautiful.
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