Trillium, also called wood lily or wake-robin, is admired for its 3½-inch-diameter three-petal flowers. Its leaves and sepals also come in groups of three. The large white flowers develop a pink tint as they age, then give way to capsules that look like berries. In the wild, this springtime bloomer thrives in moist, humus-rich soil and can be found in the thickets of Quebec and Ontario, the woodlands of Alabama and Georgia, and in between.
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