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TrilliumRed trillium, stinking Benjamin (part shade to shade)
erectum: 2-20", It bears deep red flowers atop a set of three leaves. As its common name implies, the flowers are not exactly fragrant. In fact, they have an odor similar to rotting meat, but the "fragrance" is only noticeable if you stick your nose in the flower. It forms a wide clump. A live plant in a one-quart pot - $30 each or 3 for $85.50 - You save $4.50! (Nursery-propagated, not wild-collected)

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Good wildflower companions to red trillium:


Great white trillium


Merrybells


Yellow trillium

Supplies to use with red trillium:

Electra Plant Food

Electra Bloom Booster

Mud gloves


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