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- Painted Trillium - Trillium undulatum Hardy Planting Zones- 3-8 Sun or Shade – Light Shade to Full Shade Mature Height - 12" to 18" Mature Width- 6" to 18" Bloom Season – Spring (April to June) Gardener Status- Experienced
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Painted Trillium – Trillium undulatum. The Painted Trillium can be identified by its white three-petaled flower that has a bright fuchsia or maroon center at its central base. The Painted Trillium blossoms in spring or summer. It is a wildflower that can be found in many parts of east and central North America. However, the Painted Trillium is common throughout Ontario and New England. Its preferred habitat is cold and moist with strong acid soils. Its appearance is desirable for gardeners. However, the Painted Trillium’s delicate habitat requirements can make it difficult to cultivate in specific environments.
The Painted Trillium is one of the prettiest trilliums and is also the only bi-colored trillium.
It produces bright white petals with vibrant red markings that radiates from the centers. The Painted Trillium's a perennial wildflower that consists of three flower parts and a funnel-shaped flower. It makes a beautiful addition to any garden. The Painted Trillium is deficient maintenance and is very easy to manage. They do well in virtually any garden or landscape and bloom from late April until about early June. By the beginning of summer, the Painted Trillium is in full bloom. The blooms will last up to three weeks, and the white flowers often develop pretty pink and purple accents. Painted Trillium makes a Good Groundcover. Painted Trillium will make a beautiful groundcover. It will give gorgeous blooms of white and will look like the middle of the flower has been painted. The painted trillium has a blooming season from June to July. It also is tolerable for rabbits. As well as air pollution. This plant also red flowers.
Painted Trillium or Trillium Undulatum is part of the genus Trillium, and this pretty, little wildflower is found in the colder climates north of Georgia to Canada. There are 30 different species of Trillium around the world, but the majority of them are native to North America in forests. This beautiful flower must have acid soil and is placed in the tri-flower category because of its three, elongated, ivory petals and groups of three leaves. In the center, the petals are each “painted” with beautiful reddish/purple markings.
The Painted Trillium is the perfect plant for gardens or small areas that need to be filled in because they multiply and will inhabit the space.
The name Trillium implies that it has characteristics in threes, and they typically grow 10 to 12 inches in height in shady to half-shaded areas. They are one of the spring bloomers.
Trilliums are unique and elegant, and they are terrific candidates for transplant, so they have an excellent reputation with wildflower gardeners. Trilliums run roots that distribute the seed, so they grow across a garden. From seed, a Trillium takes almost a decade to blossom, typically five to nine years. This flower will be a delight to you for years to come!
The painted trillium is one of the prettiest perennial wildflowers of the North American eastern woodlands and can be found from the Canadian provinces all the way down the Appalachian forests into Georgia. Also known as the painted lady, the painted trillium’s single white flower has three wavy-edged petals, each bearing a deep scarlet V. These are framed by three deep green bracts that look like leaves, lending the flower a simple elegance that can fit into any garden’s color scheme or style.
Flowers appear in late spring, last several weeks, and will grow from eight to 18” tall. They can tolerate almost a wide range of garden conditions, including shade or wet. They do prefer acidic soil, which makes them a perfect companion for dogwood trees, magnolias, and other acid-loving garden plants. In some regions, the painted trillium is known as the laurel trillium, because it is often found flourishing at the roots of woodland laurel. It will thrive even in deep shade, making it a perfect adornment for the shady spots in the garden that other flowers can’t manage.
The Painted Trillium will thrive very well in moist soils but can be planted in well-drained soils. This flower will bloom from April on into June and will give beautiful blooms for a garden and will make a fantastic ground cover also. When used as a ground cover it might attract small animals that may enjoy feasting on the leaves of this plant.