An impressive pedicelate trilliums with a large stature reaching occasionally 60 cms high in larger colonies. The leaves are rather large at up to 20 cms wide and long, each with visible veining. The flowers on this impressive species are a creamy-white colour and tend to hang down below the foliage. This can hide the flower a little but regular division will allow them to be seen. The whole flower can easily reach up to 5cms wide, as it does here in our garden every year.
Often confused with T. cernuum which is maybe a little less robust and with shorter stamens.