An unusual variation on the usual large white flowered form. Rigid stems reach up to 45 cms high or thereabouts on established clumps although it may reach up to 50 cms in congested situations. Usual trifoliate leaves rising from underground rhizomes. Flowers are mostly a creamy white colour but some pinks and reds will occur, outward facing and very much held erect above the foliage.
These are grown from our own seed which we collected some time ago. Unfortunately while we thought we had kept out insects - we hadn't and the resulting plants are hybrids of T. simile from which all of the seed was taken, and another pedicellate trillium such as sulcatum or erectum. Some very nice Picotee hybrids in here.