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Trillium luteum Three tiny 1½–2" upright lemon-yellow flower petals sit atop green sessile leaves mottled with silver. Native to areas around the Great Smoky Mountains.
12–16" tall. Mid Spring blooms, Z4-8. #1 transplants, nursery propagated.
Classic native wildflower, also called Wakerobin or Stinking Benjamin, will gradually build a quiet woodland colony if allowed to grow in peace. In spring three broad whorled leaves emerge from stalks 8–18" tall and put out three-part flowers. Grows in moist rich woods, full or part shade. Be sure to plant crowns promptly, before they dry out.
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