Trilliums and Three’s

One last memorable fact about Trilliums.
Most of the parts of the plants occur in threes: 3 broach flat leaves, 3 petals to a flower, and three sepals (the part that enclosed the petals, protects them in bud, and supports them in bloom).

This post was featured on
The Daily Gardener podcast:

helping gardeners find their roots,
one story at a time

Leave a Comment