Has a pretty bloom
This is a strong plant and has withstood the cold winter here. So far there is life and its growing well. Id call this a hardy plant.
This flower has a neat little bloom that is different from other perennials
It has definitely taken growth and doing well
It adds a lot of color to my dull area
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Upon receipt of your plants, unpack and unwrap the roots and mist with water. Plant within 24-48 hours. If you can not plant within this time frame, put your plants in a cool location (ex- basement, garage or cellar) and water the roots daily. Cover them back up with the plastic so they will not dry out until you can plant them. After planted, water every evening after the sun goes down for 5 days.
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Toad-shade Trillium is native to the United States and the Ozarks. Toadshade is often found growing in moist, affluent wooded areas, floodplains, along fence rows, and limestone woods. Toadshade likes partial shade but loves the early spring sun to start the growing process. It is a smaller Trillium.
Toad- shade Trilliums begin to bloom from April until June with a gorgeous red, crimson, or purple flower that never fully opens and forms a different spike while sitting in the middle of three large leaves.
This plant is unique as the flower has no stem and sits right on top of the leaves, creating contrast. The leaves themselves are green, grey-green, silver, or multicolored. They are known for their mottled coloring and the sharp contrast to the flower in the center. Toad Trilliums are relatively easy to plant and maintain but are slower to spread. They make up for this by living for 20+ years! This plant is prevalent for homeowners as it is used to line gardens and create a gorgeous shade garden. These plants look great when used in a shade garden for their eye-catching patterns, bold color, and large spike flower. They do very well in smaller groups.
Toadshade does hugely well when planted in their climate zones.
Toad Trillium, or Trillium sessile, is a shade-loving member of the Lily family that flowers in spring. The plant is easily recognized by the whorl of three leaves atop a sturdy stem. The stem ranges from light green to reddish-tinged and reaches up to 12 inches tall at maturity. The leaves are usually light green but are sometimes a mottled mixture of bright green, dark green and white. Toad Trillium, also called sweet Betsy and toadshade trillium, is often used in mass plantings, woodland plantings, and wildflower gardens. In the wild, toad trillium is found growing in areas with dappled sunlight or partial shade.