Landscaping With Trillium Plants
Landscaping plants are abound. One example is trillium plants. Trillium plants are flowers that usually grow in the rich earth of the woods. Trillium plants are slow growers and can take more than a decade to reach maturity. Many trillium species take at least two years for the seed to germinate. The flowers bloom in the spring and are pollinated by a variety of insects, which are specific to each species. Trilliums have few if any pest challenges outside of deer predation in urban and suburban landscapes. Slow-growing, small and care-free once established, trilliums fit well with most shade perennials, including hostas and ferns.