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Additional Feature: Foliage effect
An attractive species with narrow leaflets and equally narrow petals on the flowers and black berries.
In our opinion the best Paris in the genus. Large umbrella-like foliage and creamy-white flowers.
Rich green radiate leaves on stems to 40cms high with us. Greenish flowers and bluish fruit.
Pure white sessile flowers over mottled foliage in spring.
Deep red petals on this long-lived flower species.
An unusual species with no petals but attractive tepals of a reddish colour.
A little grown and much enderrated species which grows and flowers a little later than some and has blush pink flowers.
An eyecatching herbaceous plant with mottled leaves and large deep red flowers.
A robust species with attractive marbled foliage and red to orange sessile flowers in spring.
A super species with usual deep green foliage and rich red flowers in spring.
A trifoliate plant with large deep green leaves and three-petalled white flowers in spring.
An unusual species of Trillium in that it will grow quite happily on limestone soils. Large white outward facing flowers.
A variation on the usual red form. These hybrids are generally creamy white with some pinks etc.
A large flowered white Trillium reaching 30 cms high or so. Spreads quickly in good soils.
A large flowered white Trillium reaching 25 cms high or so.
A large flowered white Trillium reaching 30 cms high or so. Multiplies quickly in good soils.