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Michigan has two trillium species that are only found in three Michigan counties in the southwest corner or the mitten.
Trillium recurvatum is know as Prairie Trillium, Toadshade and Bloody Noses. The name recurvatum refers to its strongly recurved, upright sepals.…Continue
Nodding Trillium of Michigan
Nodding Trillium (Trillium cernuum) is a the shyest trillium of our eight species native to the Great Lakes region. She hides her blossom beneath a tight whorl of…Continue
Bent Trillium of Michigan
Bent Trillium (Trillium flexipes) also known as ‘Drooping’ or ‘White’ trillium, often hybridizes with…Continue
Michigan Snow Trillium (Trillium nivale) is the first trillium to appear each spring. It blooms in March most often under a blanket of snow. Snow Trillium can tolerate below freezing temperatures without suffering. No matter how…Continue