How about these? I feel obligated to post a couple photos of some from our yard in bloom.

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  • OhSally
    on Jun 11, 2015

    I was saddened to read people dig up Trilliums in the wild...that's a big NO-NO here in our area. Keeping native flowers in the wild is important, in my opinion. It can take 7 years for a trillium to flower. I do find it interesting that Trillium seeds are a treat for ants who will take them to their nests, eat the outside of the shell and discard the seed so you'll sometimes find an ant hill surrounded by Trilliums.

    • Sue Kiene
      on Aug 17, 2016

      They are beautiful and yes it is a shame that people dig them up instead of letting them grow. Did not know that about the ants. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

  • Beautiful trillium!

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