Trilliums and the Power of Three

There's one last memorable fact about Trilliums:

Most of the parts of a Trillium plant occur in threes:
Three broad flat leaves, three petals to a flower, and three sepals (the part that encloses the petals, protects them in the bud, and supports them in bloom).


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