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Trillium apetalon

SKU: trape-E/2/18
An unusual species with no petals but attractive tepals of a reddish colour.
Family: Trilliaceae
Flower Colour: Green
Flowering Season: Spring
Origin: Asia
Preferred Conditions: Moist, acid soil
Preferred Aspect: Partial Shade
Additional Feature: Foliage effect
Price: £10.00
Availability: Currently Out of Stock
These are now too delicate to pack safely due to seasonal growth, they will be available again when dormant in early autumn.
Small red flowers and lush green foliage.
Trillium apetalon
Product Details
Rigid stems reach up to 35 cms high or so on established clumps although it may reach up to 45 cms in congested situations. Typical trifoliate, semi-glossy apple-green leaves rising from underground rhizomes can be quite rhombic in shape. Flowers are a little strange on this species in that they do not have petals as such. Instead, the tepals (Sheath leaves around the flower) are the main attraction with a reddish-green colour being obvious, these are outward facing and very much held erect above the foliage. The tepals are pointed, narrow and last for several weeks. Often sold as T. smallii which is quite different!